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Quoting Philippe Caquant <[log in to unmask]>:

> --- Andreas Johansson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > I'm sure it's just another Whorfian lock, but I am
> > no more able to imagine
> > thinking without something which thinks than
> > existence without something which
> > exists, or blue without something which is blue.
> >
> I can do it. "It thinks through me". Something uses me
> to think. I think that I think, but it's not my own
> thinking, but someone's, or something's else. Nothing
> difficult in that. Or, to be even a little less
> egotist, "the world thinks through me", me being part
> of the Whole and not an individual bag of skin, as I
> believe somebody said (Watts ?)

Quhat?

If something thinks thru you, clearly there is something which thinks. If the
world thinks thru you, clearly there is something which thinks. We were asked
to imagine thinking goinf on without _anything_ which thinks.

                                                   Andreas