Thanks to the incommutability of our bodily sensations, we are, Hume says, epistemologically solipsist and morally selfish.
Rather, since you in your solipsist world cannot perceive my intention even if I do have one, we'd better forget the business of communication through "intention" or "consciousness," and start to trade service as the "sign" with each other.
Pic recalls the freakish obsessives and solipsists
in the Austrian helmer's earlier docus on pet owners and models more than his internationally distributed feature debut, "Dog Days," though it shares the last pic's gimlet-eyed view of human oddity.
The pragmatic standard is not a warrant but a corrective for subjectivism or relativism, a therapy for solipsists
Doctors above all others should be immune to it, for two reasons: first, by the nature of their occupation, for they cannot be solipsists
Oz's fiction too is dominated by such characters, from the woman narrator of My Michael, who is going mad, to the visionaries, crusaders, dreamers and solipsists in Unto Death and The Hill of Evil Counsel.
Yonatan (Yoni) Lifshitz of A Perfect Peace is one of Oz's brooding solipsists.
7) Rather, the ethical solipsist
in my Kantian like sense insists that my will is the only ethically relevant one; the moral world, the normative sphere in which ethical orientation is required, is "my world", and I can only assess my own moral thought and conduct, never really that of any others.