>We simultaneously have free will and don't have free will
>We are God but we also are not God
>Morality is subjective and also objective
Has anyone else made the same observations?
What are some other paradoxes and can anyone explain them?

  1. 1 week ago

    the universe isn't limited to human heurestics

  2. 1 week ago

    I don't have free will, I'm not God, God's morality is subjective and he violently imposes it on people

  3. 1 week ago

    Paradoxes are concieved not observed.

    • 1 week ago

      They are all word games, none of them actually exist. Just language mistakes.

      • 1 week ago

        Or, I should say, I've never met a paradox that can't be resolved by fixing the language. Maybe someday, but it seems none of them are so far

        • 1 week ago

          Can we get an example?
          I would especially appreciate an understanding of the paradox of free will.
          God is outside of time and knows the decisions we are going to make while we still have the free will to make any decision we want. I see people taking one side or the other but both seem to be true.

      • 1 week ago

        Language was a mistake. Humans inventing symbols to communicate complex ideas in an easy way has led our brains to become obsessed with chasing impossiblr abstract goals like perfection.

  4. 1 week ago

    We have understood that duality means every idea has his diluality attached so that you cannot have one and exclude the other, both exist even if they are contrary.

  5. 1 week ago

    Acintya-bedabheda tattva.
    The truth of inconceivable, simultaneous oneness-and-difference.

  6. 1 week ago

    The Universe is paradoxical, it exists and doesn't exist at the same moment depending upon it's mood.

  7. 1 week ago

    This problem was also posed by St. Augustine, he had solved it by stating that all possibilities are in the mind of God, we at every moment choose the path. That is why it is important to have a direction, otherwise we proceed by the path of least effort which is usually not the most advantageous.

  8. 1 week ago

    Just as a point of contention
    >X is subjective and also Objective
    Is just the long way of saying subjective. All subjective things feel objective to the subject. If you are concerned about the objectivity of something (it's independent existence materially or spirtually) conflicting subjectivities (which is what is normally meant when normies use the term) destroy the arguement for objectivity they don't exist along side of it.
    >Does morality exists, if it was an objective force with perscriptive force it would surely lead to the same or similar outcomes and proscriptions among many different subjects and societies
    >Fucking nope
    >Guess we were wrong, it's not objective and about the same worth as all the other stupid things that people believe in that are not real.

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