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Old 2004-10-11, 00:03   Link #41
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Originally Posted by PriestessKikyo
Ok, just checking. (I think it was the "hmpf" that threw me off XD)
Hmpf.

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Old 2004-10-11, 00:19   Link #42
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to simplify it -> your perspective v. a neutral perspective instead of your life experience versus a third person perspective

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I am terribly bad at philosophy of any kind but I really want to understand this: A third person perspective IS a neutral one already, isn't it? So how is that "your perspective v. a neutral perspective" different than "your life experince v. a third person perspective?"
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Old 2004-10-11, 12:31   Link #43
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I am terribly bad at philosophy of any kind but I really want to understand this: A third person perspective IS a neutral one already, isn't it? So how is that "your perspective v. a neutral perspective" different than "your life experince v. a third person perspective?"
The problem lies within the term "life experience", not with neutral perspective/third-person view (there's no argument on their equality). Simply put, viewing your life from a third person perspective is not at odds with life experience; living this way is also a legitimate form of experiencing your life. So the two shouldn't be against each other in this type of versus relationship.
For a more detailed explanation, see this post and this post.
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