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Discussion in 'Religious Debates' started by Fool, Mar 13, 2018.

  1. Fool

    Fool ALL in ALL
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    Are we composites of intelligence, systems of information, otherwise known as personalities, or arising as forms called people?

    forms following functions?
     
  2. WalterTrull

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    We are the children.
     
  3. Fool

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    of the matrix?
     
  4. WalterTrull

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    Nope.
     
  5. A Vestigial Mote

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    I believe that what we think of as our "self" (that is, our mind/consciousness) is the captain of a vessel full of single-celled passengers. A CEO hired by a huge colony of individual beings to weed out the bad (detrimental) from the good (beneficial) in the world through the interpretation of stimulus. Hired to keep the colony of single-cells fed, hydrated and out of harms way.

    Just about everything else we ascribe to ourselves is secondary to that purpose.
     
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