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    a dusty wind has blown over my heart, an icy gust has entered my being. I feel like an illusion. A hallucination. I feel like veridical perception has eluded me and I don't know how to perceive it. Philosophy at school is a weight on my shoulders that I cannot deadlift. Someone please help, I feel stupid and insignificant and require a very long ladder to give me an exit for my pain.
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    Philosophy is solid, I definitely find it a bit all-consuming. But dramatic, but I can relate.
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    shut up you wimp. get over it you ugly homunculus
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    (Original post by rosie.mn)
    Philosophy is solid, I definitely find it a bit all-consuming. But dramatic, but I can relate.
    No seriously i can't take it any longer and I FEEL AS THOUGH NO ONE UNDERSTANDS ME....I DONT KNOW HOW TO FEEL OR RESPOND TO MY UNCERTAIN SURROUNDINGS... I CAN DOUBT EVERYTHING... I AM IN A TRAP OF SOLIPSISM....
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    (Original post by studentgirl1409)
    No seriously i can't take it any longer and I FEEL AS THOUGH NO ONE UNDERSTANDS ME....I DONT KNOW HOW TO FEEL OR RESPOND TO MY UNCERTAIN SURROUNDINGS... I CAN DOUBT EVERYTHING... I AM IN A TRAP OF SOLIPSISM....
    ooookay...
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    See this is exactly what I was articulating, bodies like yourself who only possess a posteriori knowledge. You don't even have access to the realm of the forms since you're not even a philosopher so please leave you silly cogito lover.


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    shut up you wimp. get over it you ugly homunculus
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    (Original post by studentgirl1409)
    a dusty wind has blown over my heart, an icy gust has entered my being. I feel like an illusion. A hallucination. I feel like veridical perception has eluded me and I don't know how to perceive it. Philosophy at school is a weight on my shoulders that I cannot deadlift. Someone please help, I feel stupid and insignificant and require a very long ladder to give me an exit for my pain.
    I'm sorry for what you're going through but what other subjects are you doing?
 
 
 
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