"Please help me. The world is spinning and I'd like to get off.""Want McDonald's?"
Do I want McDonald's? ::McDonald's-restaurant-fast food-Ray Croc-McDonald brothers-Golden Arches-hamburger-Big Mac-Happy Meal-Disney toys-H1B visa layoffs-Filet o' Fish-Friday Catholics-mackerel snappers-fries-value menu-franchise options-Burger King-White Castle-Wendy's-Ronald McDonald-Grimace-Mayor McCheese-creepiness-children's hospital-Artie Lange-McNuggets-sweet & sour-paper hats-quality vs quantity-Fuddruckers-Kobe beef-salads-superficial health awareness marketing ploy-dollar menu-McDouble-processed cheese food-salt-Japanese McDonald's burgers look picture perfect-teriyaki burgers-regional work ethics-chemical shakes-Shamrock shakes-McRibs-pink slime-Thousand Island dressing isn't a secret-horrible Sesame Street bus pun-advertising-drive thru window-paper bag of cash mistakes-limit of ten per customer-Are you going to make me come in there?-apple pie-What's in my wallet?-Capital One-get back on track-breakfast menu-What time is it?-minimum wage-spit-Hungry?-No pizza like options-coffee-three million dollar lawsuit::
"Sure, why not." (Timing of response may vary)Daniel Dennett. 1991. Reeeeead it.Is it really knowledge? Can we know anything? Is the sky blue?
Your Color Red Really Could Be My Blue | Color Perception
Theory of color
We know we don't all see it as blue. People have colour vision deficiencies .
Do we see the sky as blue at night? Can people be perceiving the night sky while people are perceiving the 'blue' one?Have some feels.@ScientiaOmnisEst - I meant nothing of the sort. I cautioned against relying too heavily on detached logical thinking, and suggested that logic untempered by feeling is as dangerous as feeling untempered by logic (one or the other being the cause of every historic and future atrocity (extreme example)). There is, in fact, a 50/50 split between thinkers and feelers in the general population. This reflects a simple truth - all thinkers feel, all feelers think, and we must all do our best to balance the two in our everyday lives. Stifling our subordinate functions leads to internal disharmony, and when a stifled subordinate function rears its head, it hurts. No one is immune to the pain of conflict (well, excluding psychopaths). You can run, but you'll eventually have to face the music. Instead of fighting the subordinate aspects of our nature, I suggest that everyone should work on strengthening their weaknesses.