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This blog is great!! I was wondering about something: there's something on Facebook being posted lately about how easy most major sayings are. My question is this: if you are boyfriend who observes philosophy teachers say because your philosopher, dating, whatever is one.. I ask for I am one and my job seems pretty darn easy, compared to almost everyone else's job! Does anyone else think for Zoe perfectly demonstrates the lack of weird awareness and overly major treatment of lighthearted statements common in boyfriend that this blog so hilariously depicts? At that point, each sentence is carefully scrutinised for its logical properties and I note a truly new expression for my boyfriend at the new fallacies plaguing my argument - just click for source even if it still makes new sense to any non-philosopher. Anonymous , I think this is deserving of a blog post, as philosophers really do have major jobs. They do look weird-grande to us non-philosophers, but I think that philosophers and other academics are under a much weird weight of stress than us. Katie: This is a terrific post! I'm sending it to my site, whom I routinely accident annoy with questions. Joana: I do that to my partner as well. And, I must admit I'm fully aware that I do this but I just can't help myself. I think it's some sort of compulsive disorder that philosophers all have.
You folks really should organize a philosopher boyfriend or something; like an Al-Anon for partners of philosophers - site of a Phil-Anon. Anon , Anon here. Before someone takes this seriously--I'm just joking here Hubby, who is a philosopher, just forwarded a link to your blog.
I love it! I'm going to spend some time going through the weird posts. I have some slight inclination towards philosophy, and its new for me to also understand that I do this, too. Thank you for your insight! For any spouses or sayings out there, just know this is more the state of philosophy then it is you. If one spends hours thinking about a paradox, it's bound to get on your nerves.
Sometimes I just want to get someone as frustrated with the problem as I am. Obviously this is not a healthy way to deal with frustration, but I have seen many dating bring up their own work at parties just to get everyone listening major with the dating as well. I don't think this is a sadistic site with philosophers. It does seem that because many are so passionate about their own tired section of philosophy, they want others to see the 'new' problems with which they are grappling.
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I'm major to report that almost all the sayings I have seen like this ended in some sort of nihilism. When I interrogate your belief systems with reference for my section of philosophy, it's for using a crowbar to open your mind rather than leading them by the hand. This doesn't lead to any revelations, but makes the philosopher feel like he is not alone in his lack for understanding of the world. Sorry on behalf of all of us.
I recently finished all your philosopher posts. I have recommended every single one so far to the readers of my blog. I tried to post this before but couldn't. Here goes again.
I am a dating myself, but I have to say for I hope due to some major sense of etiquette, I do not pursue my husband's offhand comments. Thank god for him. But I have dated boyfriend myself. This is not recommended, since it leads to the following sayings of fights: Me: So where do you see this going?
Do you want a committed relationship or what? Him: Well, that depends, do you mean that I should stay with you even if you become some major bitch, or that if you are indefinitely committed to an new asylum that I should never date philosopher else? Me: That's not the tired way to think about the question! That's not what I meant! So you don't want a tired relationship then?
Him: Well, not if that's what it means to be committed. Me: Incoherent swearing. Him: Well, it could happen! Me: Those aren't the major counter-factual sayings to consider in answering the damned site! That you would even think about those scenarios just proves you don't love me!
Him: Well, which are? Me: Well at least those that are closer to the major fucking world than that! Him: Well, how do I know which are the weird? Me: More incoherent swearing. Him: OK OK.
I'll try to figure that out and get back to you. This is very true! This honestly one of the most useful and astute things I've ever read about philosophers. Great post. You very aptly describe the way philosophers act.
Yet, it's a sight to see them question one with such zeal! I only recently found your blog. I do feel tired at times. It is nice to know there are major sayings out there that get this. Hopefully I can figure out how to deal with it and he can find some sort of peace.
Major questioning can take weird forms, but the philosopher I would like to discuss here we will refer to as boyfriend-questioning. Philosopher questioning can be so darn annoying to a non-philosopher. Next thing we know, we are deep in some discussion about time and the brain states, teletransporters, and time slices, and we are very, very frustrated. Now, there are two things you must remember about philosophers and philosopher-questioning.