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Why “My Truth” Isn’t “The Truth”
Why is “my truth” not “the truth”? My friend Rachel Fulton Brown will on Sunday at 2pm EST participate in a webinar titled “Dialogue with Dignity: Across Liberal-Conservative Divides.” The goal is admirable: people with different viewpoints will engage in … Continue reading
Posted in Psychology Tagged My truth, Postmodernism, Private experience, Realism, Solipsism, Subjectivism, Truth Leave a comment
Is Cosplay the Same as Reality?
You might think it’s a joke, but I have a few serious questions. To me, the answers are obvious, but they’re obviously not obvious to everyone. “Cosplay” (costume play) means dressing up as a fictional character. Some people earn a … Continue reading
Language Does Not Equal Reality
Every Saturday, my friend Jim Grey publishes a “recommended reading” list of interesting blogs from the previous week. Today’s list linked to an article about the benefits of speaking multiple languages. Jim explained: “I used to speak German very well. … Continue reading
Posted in Epistemology, Philosophy, Psychology Tagged Chinese, English language, Language, Multilingual, Newspeak, Objective reality, Postmodernism 4 Comments