Eodnhoj7 wrote:Do you have any?
Of course. I’ll continue philosophizing and you’ll continue asking questions under the guise of philosophy.
Eodnhoj7 wrote:The point I am making is that you summate your argument as:
I’ll take that as incorrect feedback, and correct your either inadvertent, or deliberately wrong summation, in which you change words:
1) All reality is matter
All that you can perceive, is physical.
2) Reason itself must be matter
If you can manage to perceive reason, then it is physical.
3) Hence reason must be material (which you have not jumped to)
Reason is physical.
4) If reason is material, where is the evidence for it considering the question of abstraction of universal constant forms (geometry, conceptss, etc.)?
The evidence is that the big bad wolf can’t disturb the physicality of my brick home, or its physical manifestation as thought, despite all the invisible gusts of air he manages to blow.
5) Reason requires the observation of constants if universal change, which matter observes, is to be a constant law as a boundary of movement.
Principles exist and are perceived, by you. You exist and are perceived, by you. Principles don’t change. You don’t change. This is because you are neither the thoughts, nor the body.
Motion is also physical. To be perceived, mind must move, which is the definition of thought.
When only one thought is thought, mind does not move, mind is not, and one thought is all.
When no thoughts are thought, mind does not move, and mind is not.