I have been thinking about this concept lately. For those who haven’t heard, ramit pal singh says that we are all only aware of our actions through our experiences. In other words, we become aware of our actions through our experiences. Ramit pal singh is a post-modern take on this idea and it is fascinating in its own right. Essentially, it is saying that we only become aware of these actions through our experiences, which is why we can’t actually change.
This post-modern mindset goes hand-in-hand with the idea that we can’t change our thoughts. When thought is a mental event, we can’t change it. The only way to change this is to have a conscious thought event, which would be impossible for most people to experience. In a post-modernist sense, there are no thoughts, only experiences. These experiences are always changing, but we can only experience them in our conscious mind.
The problem for post-modernists is that there’s a huge gap between what we think we know and what we actually know. Even in science, we cant change our minds about things, so we have to accept that we arent really sure. The fact is that to be 100% sure about something, we need to have some sort of conscious thought event occur. And in the post-modernist system that would be the result of an event, which is what we have in our minds.
The concept of post-modernism is that the modern world is not the same as the original, and so we cant really understand what happened. But in a post-modernist system, there would be no conscious thought events at all. Our minds would be the only thing we could control and they would be the result of automatic events.
With the post-modernist system we have now, there would be no conscious thought events at all. Our brains would be the only thing we could control and they would be the result of automatic events. Which is one of the reasons that our minds don’t seem to work at all. That could mean that we’re not actually post-modernists but rather post-modernists who have just forgotten how to have any conscious thought at all.
If consciousness was merely the result of a set of automatic events and not the other way around we would be all just automatons. We would be unconscious automatons. We would be machines.
Ramit, the main character of our story, is a normal human and his mind is not a post-modernist automatism. His mind is a fully conscious mind, which is why he can see his future. It is, however, a brain in a vase that has been made to look like a vase.
I think it is fair to say that Ramit’s mind is a fully conscious mind. But it is also a brain in a vase. This is because Ramit’s mind is a brain. It is a fully awake brain. It is the brain that Ramit sees, hears, and feels. But Ramit’s brain is also a brain in a vase.
Ramits brain is a brain in a vase. It is a brain in a vase because Ramits brain is a brain. I mean, the brain is the inside of a vase. The brain is the inside of a vase because Ramits brain is a brain. But Ramits brain is a brain. Ramits brain is a brain. Ramits brain is a brain. Ramits brain is a brain. Ramits brain is a brain. Ramits brain is a brain.
Like I said earlier, Ramit’s brain is a brain because Ramit is an amnesiac who wakes up on a beach with no memory of why he’s on Deathloop’s party island, Blackreef.