Eodnhoj7 wrote: ↑
Mon Sep 25, 2017 9:33 pm
people like you
Eodnhoj7 wrote:universal triangulation
In regards to the nature of Pi,
a universal structure as it represents a duality in one respect (two points) and trinitarian in second
Speaking for myself personally, I see this sort of talk as some kind schizophrenic nonsense.
Observing similiarities in "axe/axel" is as much about finding the root of the world but the root of how we and our ancestors understand the world. It is not much of a stretch at all to observe the "axe" as an "axel" of early civilization, for much like mathematical symbols words are "pack" with multiple reflective meanings.
They are false cognates, there isn't actually a connection. Good for you though if you find some inspiration somehow in it.
since you do not appear to have the ability for original thought
Why are you obsessed with putting a diagnosis on people who think and view the world differently than you?
Obsesed may be to strong a word. I've just seen this kind of thinking before and consider it schizo.
You would understand, if you have done any research at all, the standards for psychiatric diagnosis vary not only per country (with American practioner's being more liberal in this regard, than their European counterparts) but that actual standards flux at a reasonable rate every 15-20 years approximately.
Be that as it may, when I read something that sounds like Swedenborgism I think to myself, that's schizo style thinking.
You first response will most likely be to repeat "this sounds schizophrenic/drug induced".
True, I haven't changed my mind about that.
But after I say this you will step back and think for a moment, most probably with a little bit of anger, and possibly come up with some other "insult".
Nope. I am speaking for myself about my own thoughts and feelings only.
But considering I brought this up, your best bet would be to double down on the argument itself, in order to prove your superiority, however you have no other insight than the "clang association", which is not only ad-hominum and unoriginal, but is false on it's own merits in this respect.
I don't reckon it is ad hom or unoriginal. That's how I see it, it's air loom gang talk to my eyes.
Your next move might be to call us "crazy", so you can satisfy yourself with "the last word".
So? Clang association is crazy.
But considering I brought this up, you will think of not responding all together, except with maybe a "why did you waste your time with such a response?" And my answer will be simple, it was just a brief fleeting thought that took a minute or two to right.
This is all based on "probability" however, so I am not expecting to get it all right.
If you like your clang association approach to philosophy, go for it. If that brings you closer to the deep truth of the universe, super. But for me, it sounds like a crazy talk. It isn't the kind of approach to philosophy that I groove to. It's an open chat forum, so I told you I don't think axe-axle dualism and trinity triangulation makes sense to me as far as the origin of language the meaning of absence and pointing goes. Or maybe I feel for you? Maybe I used to go on with such mumbo jumbo and fear that you might be suffering and confused and hope you can get some peace and clarity.