Can you imagine your non-existence?

I was reading GEB last night, wherein the author asked: “Can you imagine your non-existence?”. I think the question is very deep in a philosophical sense. How can you see yourself non-existing? For that you have to exist. That’s a paradox.

But the question makes perfect sense, so does this suggest that our brains are limited in some way. Brains cannot think about non-brains.

How do you prove that the world goes on after you die? Marvellous thought which can shed some light on how brains work.

1 comment

  1. imagining your non-existence is easy. for example, out of the 6.5 billion people on Earth how many know you?

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