The Analytical Mind

I have always been the kind of person who enjoys going places in her mind. Meaning that I have very philosophical tendencies. For example, I'll be driving in my car, listening to some music, and be thinking about the constitutionality of the federal government's abuse of power. (America...)

vinividivici21 vinividivici21
22-25, F
13 Responses Feb 10, 2008

Someone needs to look up the definition of analytical. LMFAO!

My brain is throbbing... I think I need a theoretical exedrin.

Can't always be right, lol To those who want to classify I am human with many sides I refuse to be classified for any of them ;)

Easy, boys. the focus of this story is thinking not talking. Shush up and leave the lady to her thoughts.

See, I always approached it more from Immanuel Kant's original treatise on the form.

Transcendentalism is so freaking hypocritical, though! Yes, Thoreau, it is ALWAYS acceptable for you to get back to your naturalist roots while buying your groceries at the nearest convenience store, and using modern technology.

Awesome. I'm certainly an idealist. I'm at times an epistemological idealist, and on other points verging more towards transcendental idealism.

I bet. ;)

Try having a conversation with yourself on the metaphysical and epistemological implications of the Super String theory. It's fun, sometimes.

If I *had* to pick one, I'd probably be more of a Minimalist.

So, would you classify yourself as an ob<x>jectivist? or maybe a Minimalist?

Me too! I guess we're both wrong. ;)

OMG I thought I was the only one who did that, lol