Pathos

 Jeremy Limn (@Limbo93)3 months ago

Descartes famously said, “I think therefore I am.” I think he was misdirected, I think it should be, “I think therefore it is, or I think there for it should be.” The brain’s ability to form new neural pathways through the power of neuroplasticity makes the idea of natural selection redundant.

The brain behaves like the universe spontaneous, and immeasurable in nature. If God is a neural pathway or a synaptic connection that God is more believable than the ambiguities of human consciousness. Jesus could be a synaptic connection.

Your belief in God has been modeled subjectively; than all religions are true. God is one big synaptic connection. Whatever conclusion you come to whatever you think is the meaning of your own existence comes from the power of neurons. God is the collective evolution of mankind. My faith in Jesus is symbolic it is the process of billions of neurons dancing at some point in time.

July 17, 2018 at 1:37 am
flower21 (17) (@flower21) 2 months, 3 weeks ago ago

We are all one.

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Alexander Ivan (5) (@BuddhaNguyen) 2 months, 2 weeks ago ago

From what I learned, Descarte didn’t necessarily mean it in a sense that “I think therefore I am”. 

He actually said in French, “Cogito, Argo Sum” meaning, I think therefore I am, but he meant, “I think therefore I exist” while coming to the conclusion that the first meditation he realized that the only thing that was the basis that was self-evident amongst all his critical doutbing was this idea. “I think therefore I am” or “I think therefore I exist” which is a form or idea relative to the idea of “I am conscious, therefore I exist.”

Which is also connective to your statement that Descarte was exploring, and doutbing about his life beliefs, thoughts and ideas were like a foundation of a home and built upon and some of these ideas weren’t if not, self-evident. Thus his search for the self-evident truth, knowing that what he thought was shaped greatly by the external world around him. 

And I agree with you also, there’s an idea by Buddha that is relative to your statement” I think therefore it is, or i think there for it should be”, and that’s this:

“All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become.” – Buddha 

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Alexander Ivan (5) (@BuddhaNguyen) 2 months, 2 weeks ago ago

From what I learned, Descarte didn’t necessarily mean it in a sense that “I think therefore I am” in the sense of I am what I think:

He actually said in French, “Cogito, Argo Sum” meaning, I think therefore I am, but he meant, “I think therefore I exist” while coming to the conclusion that the first meditation he realized that the only thing that was the basis that was self-evident amongst all his critical doutbing was this idea. “I think therefore I am” or “I think therefore I exist” which is a form or idea relative to the idea of “I am conscious, therefore I exist.”

Which is also connective to your statement that Descarte was exploring, and doutbing about his life beliefs, thoughts and ideas were like a foundation of a home and built upon and some of these ideas weren’t if not, self-evident. Thus his search for the self-evident truth, knowing that what he thought was shaped greatly by the external world around him. 

And I agree with you also, there’s an idea by Buddha that is relative to your statement” I think therefore it is, or i think there for it should be”, and that’s this:

“All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become.” – Buddha

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