Hi, new here. About to walk out, but I wanted to see if any answers appeared when I ask; how do you think Hegel and Wittgenstein would reconcile between each other's systems? Hegel was a universalist who was anti solipsism and anti nominalist, from my limited readings, and Wittgenstein was a solipsist, according to Findlay (the translator of the Phenomenology of Spirit), who met with Wittgenstein.
I take Wittgenstein being a solipsist to mean that he does not attach metaphysical concepts to the world, he sees all attempts at attachment as language games. He could be interpreted as a fideist, in some sense, if he is spiritual, because if so, he is against rational attempts at containing god. Nonetheless, the reconciliation between these two thinkers is difficult for me, as they seem to directly contradict one another.
How would any of you reconcile this? AFK.
Haven't you been banned before?
Maybe in a past life. I had a re-birth experience recently. I was able to uncover the memory of a childhood fall after I monster cockyzed my own memories via Plato's cave and Freud's id, simply by paying attention to subconscious memories as they arose through days of meditation.
I built a machine called the god's eyes machine that I used to watch colors and elaborate shapes which would appear behind my eye lids faintly. I have been hospitalized several times and need heavy accomodations in my college, but I no longer ascribe to nihilism.
My brain was so deeply ingrained in it due to my neuro-atypical aspect, that when I stopped believing in nihilism as an obsessive thought train, I could no longer move and began consuming about 4000 calories a day due to fight or flight mode, and perhaps rebuilding sensitive tissue which Plato, Plotinus, and The Bhagavad Gita tore into it.
My god is Shiva, the destruction of the corporeal illusion, and incorporeal form; the gateway to the beyond. I believe Shiva has granted me re-birth. Shiva is the Hericlician river which exists in the field, and Shiva took kindly to me because I believed only in the field and was detached as a solipsist from the knowledge of their unification.
Brahma is in us all, we see the world through god's eyes. That is my testament. I will be going now.