Writer: Spiros Kakos
Some philosophers ask "Why is the world the way it is?!" But maybe the world is not what we think. Maybe the world is not "in a specific way" at all. Maybe all thing just "are" like Parmenides used to think and say...Some people say that what we experience in our dreams is "not real". But how can you dream of something that does not exist at all? How can you even think of something that does not exist at all?
If we are sleeping about the same hours we are awake, what makes us so certain that dream is "fake" and not the other way around?
The world of logic has so many antinomies. But what does an "antinomy" mean? Antinomy is actually a situation where something seems true despite the logical "laws" which should deem it "false". But what is no laws existed? Then no antinomies could exist... And in a world where the reality is shaped by each and everyone of us, no universal laws exist... Antinomies can only stop existing in a world without laws. And the only world without laws in the world where events are shaped by our own free will...
Related Philosophy Wire: Philosophy Wire: Waves, de Broglie, Parmenides for a brief summary of how reality can really be "One"...
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