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Re: Intelligent Evolution
Reply #100
I will be leaving this soon.
When the student is running the teacher will never come.

  • socrates1
Re: Intelligent Evolution
Reply #101
What is it like to be conscious of yourself? Can you be conscious of yourself? For example, as the one who is reading this post or as the one who is typing on the keyboard
Were you conscious of yourself reading the post before it was brought to your attention?

Re: Intelligent Evolution
Reply #102
so how's your first high, Socrates? Bong, joint, or edibles?

Re: Intelligent Evolution
Reply #103
What is it like to be conscious of yourself? Can you be conscious of yourself? For example, as the one who is reading this post or as the one who is typing on the keyboard
Were you conscious of yourself reading the post before it was brought to your attention?
Certainly.

Re: Intelligent Evolution
Reply #104
What is it like to be conscious of yourself? Can you be conscious of yourself? For example, as the one who is reading this post or as the one who is typing on the keyboard
Were you conscious of yourself reading the post before it was brought to your attention?
Certainly.
Are you able to read without noticing?

Re: Intelligent Evolution
Reply #105
What is it like to be conscious of yourself? Can you be conscious of yourself? For example, as the one who is reading this post or as the one who is typing on the keyboard
Were you conscious of yourself reading the post before it was brought to your attention?
Certainly.
Are you able to read without noticing?
How do you untangle the reading and the reader?

  • socrates1
Re: Intelligent Evolution
Reply #106
What is it like to be conscious of yourself? Can you be conscious of yourself? For example, as the one who is reading this post or as the one who is typing on the keyboard
Were you conscious of yourself reading the post before it was brought to your attention?
Time to move on.

Re: Intelligent Evolution
Reply #107
You're not going to contribute anything first?

Re: Intelligent Evolution
Reply #108
You're not going to contribute anything first?
Socrates sees himself as a sage teacher that guides reluctant students to Truth by asking questions.
In his mind, the reluctant students will only recognize the Truth if they deduced it themselves.

This never works.
Although, if it goes on long enough, he will tell himself there is "begrudging acceptance".



  • Last Edit: October 27, 2017, 01:58:16 AM by Saunt Taunga

  • Faid
Re: Intelligent Evolution
Reply #109
It's amazing how he really didn't want to talk about intelligence at all. He dropped that the minute he thought he had the opportunity to razzle-dazzle us with centuries-old sophistries about consciousness.

When he realized that wouldn't work, he bailed.

Fascinating.
Who even made the rule that we cannot group ducks and fish together for the simple reason that they are both aquatic? If I want to group them that way and it serves my purpose then I can jolly well do it however I want to and it is still a nested hierarchy and you can't tell me that it's not.

Re: Intelligent Evolution
Reply #110
It's amazing how he really didn't want to talk about intelligence at all. He dropped that the minute he thought he had the opportunity to razzle-dazzle us with centuries-old sophistries about consciousness.

When he realized that wouldn't work, he bailed.

Fascinating.
Yes. He knows Deep Truths about intelligence. As is obvious from our reactions, we are not ready to hear them.

"When the student is ready, the teacher will come."
Socrates wants to be that teacher.

If only he knew how not to come across as a muddleheaded simpleton.
  • Last Edit: October 29, 2017, 12:33:08 AM by Saunt Taunga

  • Monad
Re: Intelligent Evolution
Reply #111
He's a fantasist

  • Doobie Keebler
  • Ridiculous Callipygous
Re: Intelligent Evolution
Reply #112
And that folks is everything you need to know about "Intelligent Evolution"

Thank you, Light-sock-it.

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