Wednesday, June 09, 2010
Germans' cats.
As long as Heidegger’s cat is unconscious, Schrödinger’s cat exists in limbo, neither alive or dead. But, once Heidegger’s cat wakes up and decides to check in on Schrodie, he will find either a dead cat or a live cat. Even if Hiedie ignored the box in which Schrödinger’s cat is imprisoned, the mere fact that he is conscious has decided his fate.
So long as Heidegger's cat doesn't look in the box, Schrödinger’s cat is existentially/phenomenologically/ontologically distant, but after looking in the box it is close, irrespective of the box's physical farness or nearness, or the cat being biologically dead or alive.
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