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  • When Each One Define All Reality Only Inconsistency Exists!

    Norman Geisler says self-refuting theories do not satisfy their own criteria for legitimacy. This post-modern stance, says Thomas Nagel, is more a reflection of laziness than intellectual rigor. It is these two flaws that undermine the point of view that the individual makes the ultimate determination of what is true and real. In this paradigm any two individuals interpret the same experience so differently that they refute each other.

  • When Each One Define All Reality Only Inconsistency Exists!

    Norman Geisler says self-refuting theories do not satisfy their own criteria for legitimacy. This post-modern stance, says Thomas Nagel, is more a reflection of laziness than intellectual rigor. It is these two flaws that undermine the point of view that the individual makes the ultimate determination of what is true and real. In this paradigm any two individuals interpret the same experience so differently that they refute each other.

  • No, and yes!

    The core tenet of Subjectivism is that a person's own experiences and thoughts are the only unquestionable proof of existent. "I think, therefor I am" The things we see? Tricks of perception! The words we use? We gave them meaning. Our own thoughts? Those are real and prove our existence. However, the opposite side of that coin is how do you quantify thoughts? How can we be certain that we are not simply someone else's dream? All in all, I feel that the fact we can have debates like this with multiple view points proves that the theory is sound.


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