I'm Mik. Model, mother, moron. Future meta-magician. Former logic clinician.
My better half and I own Brainfood Bookstore in Longmont, Colorado. It is the only exclusively indie- and local-lit bookstore in the nation. We meet a lot of crazy folks.
Testimonial from a former roommate:
"Living with you was like living with a quiet little opinionated deer person who floated around like a ghost and said smart/nutso things and ate seaweed. "
I love Colorado. I love mountains. I love hiking. I read and write. I raise my children to the best of my ability. I have lupus and have defeated early-stage cancer twice, so I pretty much fully support the use of medical marijuana.
I can’t decide whether to agree with Lewis and reiterate that there is a difference between knowledge and ability, or whether to try to argue that phenomenal information is new knowledge, rather than new ability. Jackson’s Knowledge Argument really intrigues me, and it’s a topic that I feel strongly about (that physical information is absolutely no substitute for experience). I’m writing this paper as part of an admissions packet for a graduate seminar in Limits of Knowledge, and I want a thesis and basic outline by tonight, but… I’m just so confused. I don’t know what position to take at all. t.t Does anyone who feels strongly about this want to try to sway me to their side of the issue?
Stuff I take out of context from my Moral Issues class
Friedrich Nietzsche (via philosophy-quotes)
Bertrand Russel (via philosophy-quotes)
i just saw a quote from The Matrix on the #philosophy tag on Tumblr.
No wonder people don’t take my major seriously.
people are always like um wtf are you gonna do with a major in philosophy
and i’m like um i already have a job, bro
Ludwig Wittgenstein (via philosophixia)