A not so recent blog post by Mr Wester, uses the term fixed function to describe, well I believe it's being used to describe school.
All (around) 100-200 days of the same God Damn banalistic nonsensical cycles that don't even appear to be autonomously aware of the fact that they're so into the, as I like to designate it as, "fixed function" reality that they're nil to a movie, a setup, a counterfeit as a matter of fact that is a braggart and vaunts its "impressive" features, something I only appear to see the fulcrum of (and how it ceases to abstain from stopping), or more or less, the errors of. Not a lot of sense there that coheres well together, right? Wrong. No, I'm jeerably incorrect, because it is all a matter of perception... or so I say? No, don't take it from me, but I should really rerail this blog entry before wafting out into some incessantly inane philosophical rant, right? Right.
What is this fixed function reality? Previous conversations with Wester lead me to believe that he means the natural world.
So I would like to ask him what's wrong with the natural world. It is after all by definition the only world that we know of, or could have any effect on us.
your lower level of reality, biologically and physically human fixed-function tests that only calculate things from a certain perspective.
The natural world is a lower level? Compared to what, astrological nonsense which I've already debunked?
but I should really rerail this blog entry before wafting out into some incessantly inane philosophical rant, right? Right
Wrong, I wanna debunk the rant.