Quotes/Kedar Joshi

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  • The best thing about the world is that it has a mysterious structure and the worst thing is that it has a grievous structure.
  • The world exists to let Man philosophize.
  • How miserable a solipsist is! It is rather senseless for him to even assert his belief in solipsism, for, on the one hand, if his belief is false it is like committing intellectual suicide, and, on the other hand, if his belief is true it is an act of intellectual insanity.
  • The world is a contradiction, the universe a paradox.
  • Truth is orphan without matter, and matter is impotent without truth.
  • Existence is mystery's masterpiece.
  • Life is livable for it is gratified, and thinkable for it is mystified.
  • I am not really interested in changing the world; I am interested in changing the universe.
  • God would be the strangest thing to exist.
  • Religions, themselves, are (intellectual) blasphemies.
  • Philosophy, in principle, could be the best mathematics.
  • History is orphan and future impotent.
  • Nature, by its very nature, is very brutal and unequal. However, Man has somehow managed to transform the nature of its brutality and inequality.
  • Ask a true scientist a very profound question on his science, and he will be silent. Ask a true religious person a very simple question on his religion, and he will be frenzied.
  • In the world of unfathomable misery, I'm lucky to have a chance to be a solipsist.
  • The time has come for the greatest revolution of all times.
  • The worst mockery God can make of a moralist is that He compels him to be a solipsist.
  • I have far more reasons to rather disbelieve that a man besides me suffers when he cries, yet I have far more sentiments, than those great reasons, to instead weep for his, far less likely, sufferings.
  • Painful life is brutal and painless life is superficial.
  • Though I am irritated with the realization of my own pain, I am profoundly distressed with the suspicion of that of the other - for though I may find a number of physical ways to end my irritation I find not even a single certain way to overcome my suspicion.
  • I - a philosopher - live in the cage of flesh and blood.
  • Pain is a poison; pleasure an intoxicant.
  • Passion is the soul of youth.
  • Solitude is unquenched ego.
  • I am 95% a theist and 5% an atheist; thus ultimately I am an agnostic.
  • An atheist is as religious as a theist.
  • My existence is such that "I" do not really exist. At the end of understanding so much I understand that I know nothing. I suffer for being surrounded by intense suffering and yet I'm deeply suspicious if first of all there is indeed any consciousness except me. I strive to find the artist who might have fathered this great universal art but feel myself to be too feeble to accomplish this seemingly unattainable mission. Yet I have every respect for life, and it is this sheer respect that makes me live.
  • The universe is the consequence of the ultimate questioner's vanity.
  • Life exists to be a mystery.
  • The noblest act I can perform is that I sacrifice my lifelong happiness as a tribute to the unfathomable universal suffering that ever exists.
  • The world is nothing but a profoundest bloody fatalistic non-spatial computational game played by God – the ultimate questioner – with a human – me – for the sake of asking the ultimate philosophical question about the nature of the questioner’s existence, quenching His existential vanity.
  • In the midst of excitement, grief, joy, and solitude, I remind myself every moment that the sole mission of my life is to find "the ultimate questioner" - that unimaginable who has put me in this madness to answer an unanswerable question.

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  • Kedar Joshi @ zaadz [1]
  • Kedar Joshi Quotes [2] [3]
  • Kedar Joshi @ SSRN [4]
  • Kedar Joshi @ ResearchID [5]
  • Kedar Joshi @ HTP Prints [6]
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