#119

Day 23

The planner I bought was good because I could actually prepare the money I need to give back to people I owed to!

My style is to write down all the to-dos for a day as soon as I know I need to do them, and do them when I feel like it. I cannot write what time to do what is on the schedule, because if I write “writing at 9am”, it almost always turns out I don’t write at 9am, and then I feel frustrated for the rest of my day. I need flexibility.

R keeps telling me his coffee is more important than philosophy.

I wonder what Kant’s theory has to do with energy. I want to understand something in terms of energy because without energy there is no life. I also want to be able to express Kant’s logic in simple language, to present it to others like we do in the seminars because teaching is the ultimate learning process.

To wear something nice = to share a little love.

4 thoughts on “#119

    1. A priori is (pure) subjective intuition in every human being (universal), such as our perception of space (being simultaneous) and time (being successive).
      Therefore, we are certain of the fact that reality exists as much as we are certain of our perception of reality. Correct?

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  1. I will think and reply to your reply later.

    ” I also want to be able to express Kant’s logic in simple language, to present it to others like we do in the seminars because teaching is the ultimate learning process.”

    I like this.

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  2. Hello Hh,

    I think that Kant’s idea of synthetic a priory is very important indeed.

    Do you understand the following?

    “Ontological and epistemological perspectivism:- There has been an ongoing tension between a conception of perspective as a “subjective take” on a reality that is presumed to be always already “there,” and an ontological perspectivism, which highlights the view that reality is the very relation to/perspective on otherwise undifferentiated surroundings.”

    So, epistemic perspectivism is a “subjective take” on a reality that is presumed to be always already “there,”

    and ontological perspectivism is the view that reality is the very relation to/perspective
    on otherwise undifferentiated surroundings.”

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