Philosophy

On Numbers: A Complex Existence

We all know what numbers are. In fact, we are so sure of this knowledge that we can easily point our fingers at anything that contains them and say, "This is a number." But is it really? If we think about it a bit, when visualising a number, what we observe is actually numerals. That… Continue reading On Numbers: A Complex Existence

Philosophy

On Ignorance: The Fallacy in Our Arguments

As a lover of philosophy, one of my favourite things to engage in are rhetorical debates. Not only are these insightful, but they also provide me with different perspectives when it comes to looking at the world at large. As per usual though, with every positive there comes a negative, and such discussions are no… Continue reading On Ignorance: The Fallacy in Our Arguments

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On Absurdism: A Reflection

Whenever I express my concerns about the Absurd to my friends, they're always quick to ask why. But I know this why isn't meant as a simple query about the matter at hand. Instead, this is a why that invites me to "self asses". The kind that, with the use of one word, is actually… Continue reading On Absurdism: A Reflection

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A Case on the Self

"Order! Order in this court, please!” said the Honourable Judge, Ms. Rationality, as she pressed her gavel against the hard surface of the wooden table. She wasn’t one to lose her temper easily, but all of this 'sentimental racketing' was starting to get her slightly 'exasperated'. Fortunately, at the sound of her imposing voice and… Continue reading A Case on the Self