Wait, i thought there was a post of yours I forgot to reply to. Was there a post of yours I forgot to reply to?
What would the benefit of that be?
Like heck could just make it so classes wouldn't overlap.
I suppose it's good to have an algorithm for it, but I mean... just pick the best days for it.
The algorithm of death is like...
Dasein is what defines, specifically, a human being as a human being. Not through physical characteristics, but prior to a human being coming into existence, there is something that indicates what the structure will be. There is something that defines what a human being is, before the human being itself comes into existence. That is the being of an entity, what an entity is
on a deeper level than as it is, in the world.
Dasein is a quality of human beings that is able to ask the question "what is the meaning of being." An entity that is able to take a step back from its existence and ask this question is labled Dasein. This comes from its awareness of itself as something that exists.
Okay, so given this, once an entity becomes Dasein, it has options for how it can act, given its awareness of itself as something that exists.
Dasein manifests itself into the real world through this entity, and through the entities actions. This manifestation of Dasein, meaning the way that Dasein influences the world around it as Dasein and not as the entity that comports itself from Dasein
, is through this projection.
Dasein projects itself into the world through the entity it manifests through.
So given this projection, Dasein also has possibilities for projection. There are different ways Dasein can act given different scenarios. Like, if I am aware of myself as something that exists, and I'm walking down the street and decide to buy ice cream, Dasein can decide which possibility to project as, be it a projection where I decide to get chocolate, or a projection where I decide to get ice cream.
So these projections are essential to Dasein's being.
So there's projections into the future, a sort of outstanding characteristic of Dasein coined as its "not-yet."
It does project into the future. But when the entity Dasein projects through dies, Dasein itself does not die, the entity does.
The paradox of death, in short, formulates that before Dasein dies, it is not complete, given its not-yet. And when Dasein dies, it no longer exists, as it has lost its ability to project, and as it does not exist, there is nothing to become whole.
That's the paradox of death. Wholeness of Dasein is not realized when Dasein is, nor is it realized when Dasein is not.
I like stats, but sometimes. Econometrics was not fun, but I like the practicality and simple aspects of it, like all the stuff I learned about regression and how correlation can be picked up from data.
It's really neat how much some words can change the application of basic principles.
Also it made me better at doing fractions in my head. I probably already mentioned that.
I don't think I understand your point here.
Things that happen in fiction can't happen in our form of reality. It's kind of hard to supress that incompatibility feeling. But I guess that's exactly what suspension of disbelief is all about.
I think this is the phenomenological fallacy, how something you think of in your head is mistakenly thought to actually be in existence, in your head. Like if you think of a pen, the pen does not physically exist in your head. Then where does it exist?
Humans are like pickles. They come from somewhere, generally you don't think about where they've come from or what they are before they've gotten to the state they are now, and you define them not from where they come from, but as they are before you. Also they're crunchy.
Did it work?
What's making you tired today?>>17087
I'm home though and it's nice.
I'm desperately short on sleep though. But I'm over jetlag. Not sure how much sleep I've actually been getting, but if I'm sure of anything, I'm sure it's not enough.
Merry Christmas Eve everyone, by the way. >>17088
When the fuck
have I ever actually left?
Also, fun question for discussion:
What is, objectively, the best fetish?
And by this I mean one that grants the most pleasure, and is actually realizable in reality. Like can be experienced firsthand.