Friday, June 03, 2005


Can I claim that my knowledge of my self is intrinsically different from other people knowledge of "my self".

How do I find out about my emotions, desires, ...? Is it different from how other people find out about my emotions, desires, ...

I think the answer is "No" and it represent itself as an impossibility theorem!

There is no way of "knowledge" except of an outside observer, even toward our selves!

Question: then what really defines "self"? Maybe our control over it ... this is related to another theorem!!!!


  1. I read over your blog, and i found it inquisitive, you may find My Blog interesting. My blog is just about my day to day life, as a park ranger. So please Click Here To Read My Blog

  2. I highly suggest seeing the movie "What the bleep do we know?".


Unknown, Unknowable, and Eyes

First Quote: ... unknown as something that is veiled from man, shrouded perhaps by a terrifying context, but which, nonetheless, is withi...