On the problem for rationality

The problem for rationality is that reality is incomprehensible. If reality would have been comprehensible, then rationality could have defeated religion, but now that it isn’t, it can’t. It doesn’t help that rationality claims to “think it has got” reality (as particle physicists do), because it actually can’t “get” it.

Quantum mechanics can handle reality, but can’t explain what it is. It is thus the closest we can come to what reality is.

The middle of reality will forever be hidden behind the subjective and objective aspects on it.


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