Ivy.

I reach the precipices your fortress beckons me to break through steadily I grow, I go onward and upward and stronger still I lean back precariously off of your wall mirroring the ballerina bending back dangerously far upward, upward upward I climb the reason, a mystery nevertheless, I climb you may cut me down but … Continue reading Ivy.

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Accessing the Inaccessible: Discussions of philosophy, numena, infinity, and eternity

What is innate to the human mind? A priori is the notion that individuals have innate knowledge not based on experience simply based on the fact that they are human (think Kant). A posteriori is the seemingly opposing notion that the knowledge individuals possess comes from some prior experience. Empiricism is built upon this foundation … Continue reading Accessing the Inaccessible: Discussions of philosophy, numena, infinity, and eternity

Experiences with Love – Questions and Ponderings

Do you have to experience love to know what it is? Is the understanding of "love" a priori knowledge, knowledge before or independent from experience; or is "love" a posteriori knowledge, an understanding based from experience? Do you have to experience love to know what it is? Is love something you inherently know? Or, do … Continue reading Experiences with Love – Questions and Ponderings