To think that everything I know is a lie is terrifying.
So, don’t think that. Is that so hard?
Moreover, we know that not everything is a lie. Science is full of proven truths, just from observation that some things always behave in a certain way at macro scale.
The problem with our brains is that it is not a single processing machine. It multitasks (both electrically and bio-chemically) which produces sentience but we don’t know yet how it does it.
We’ve only recently been able to test the various functions of the brain, but we have only just begun to explore the mind and how it forms “best guesses”.
But the concept of the “mirror neuron system and function” fascinates me by it’s potential utilitarian properties.
But according to the TRilema isn’t all proof founded on something unsatisfactory though?