The Not Quite Unsolvable Riddle of the Meaning of Meaning

Mar 21, 2012 by

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The basis for thinking about the meaning of meaning is realizing that meaning begins and ends with consciousness. In other words, the very idea of meaning requires thinking. While this might seem to have all the profundity of a grocery list, in actuality I am still congratulating myself on stating this important concept so eloquently. Is this my runaway ego? Am I right? Or is it both? You decide.

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