- Me: Alright, let's start this essay. It's due Tuesday, and my TA has office hours tomorrow. I need a first draft done before then.
- Prompt #1: Descartes gives two proofs for the existence of God (one in the Third Meditation and one in the Fifth Meditation). Each proof relies on the principle that "Everything I clearly and distinctly perceive is true". Pick ONE of these proofs and formulate it rigorously. Point out where, and explain how, it depends on the principle about clear and distinct ideas. In your opinion, is Descartes justified in assuming that clear and distinct ideas work in the way he needs them to? Explain.
- Prompt #2: Locke argues against the view that certain principles must be innate because all people assent to them “when they [the people] come to the use of Reason” (Essay I.ii.6). Locke gives two interpretations of this view (i.e. accounts of what it is supposed to mean). He argues that on each interpretation, the principle is mistaken. State each of Locke’s interpretations of the view. Choose one interpretation and give Locke’s argument against it. How might the view (interpreted in this way) be defended against Locke’s objections?
- Me: Fuck it, I'm going to learn how to laugh like Hiddleston
While doing my Turkish homework I just thought, “Why is this so hard? It’s like a foreign language or something.”
I also just mistook the word “misafir” (guest) for “mısır” (corn), which made things very confusing. (“Wait why would it be a treat to have corn with your Turkish coffee is that a thing????”)
Bedtime I think.
dude…I know your feels bro XD
So, just to take a quick break from Aladdin and his freaking lamp…
I’m going to go to a restaurant with Emily, Katie, and Kramer tomorrow :3
It’s supposedly really awesome so, I’m looking forward to it, and I’ll take tons of pictures ;D
No I’m not awkwardly sitting in this room with this guy…and no we haven’t been sitting here for 2 hours without saying anything…