On 6/30/2011 11:36 PM, Constantine Pseudonymous wrote:
is not any meta-phenomenological 'object', including the 'self',
necessarily the construct of a third-person point of view... an
essentially anthropomorphic third-person perception without any
objective independent existence, or any determination as such..... and
is not the negation of such an assertion assumed to be so and
predicated on your human-being-ness and indirection... therefore
proving the fact that "man is the measure of all things", and all
things are relative to himself and have the status of third-person
entities and nothing more except as projected by man.
Just because man invents his model of the world doesn't mean that he is
central to the model. The progress of science has all been in the
direction of a world view in which man is less special.
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