What if all of us think in the same manner, but only our reactions to those thoughts and stimuli are what shape the perceptions that other people have of our personalities?
The above statement has been sitting in draft form for a few months. I had nothing much to add apart from the problematic half-idea that it is. I finished Haruki Murakami’s Kafka on the Shore [which reads like anime watches] last evening and a prostitute/philosophy student started tossing around Hegel quotes specifically relating to the subject-object problem. After the brief amount of research on this that I have done this morning, I think that’s what my halfmatic problem-idea was aiming at. As usual, whenever I think of something that might be revelatory, I find that great minds have been there long before me.