Young_pattyDo you wear arsenic, jiberish or any other park specific brands because as a member of the culture you feel obligated?
take some time to percolate on the genre one.
Do you think dogs understand what the concept of a “dog” is? Through time and evolution aren’t they well used to the role of a “dog”?
What about the factors that form your identity like environment, pop culture, music, community, ect? Where does your identity exist between yourself and those factors?
So teaching a crayfish to love is a maybe?
But you ski, write posts on here often, and are practicing philosophy right now. Doesn’t that maker you a writer, skier, and philosopher?
I do wear a few park specific brands but I overall dress in XXL because that’s “the norm” in park skiing, I don’t feel obligated but I do it because that’s the style I like.
I do believe dogs do know the “role” of a dog but they don’t necessarily know they are a dog in our terms, we think of a dog as a companion that gives us affection, does stufff with us etc, but in the technical terms they don’t know they are a dog, they know what we want out of them, but that’s just them as a being. They don’t label themselves as a dog because dogs haven’t been educated.
For identity and pop culture, everyone’s identity is based around pop culture, obviously you can label yourself as funny, caring, smart etc. but I’m still a bit confused on this question.
I’m down to make crayfish feel love
Answered this question earlier but goddamn that genuinely blew my mind, but I think people who label themselves as a philosopher or writer, have done those things for a prolonged period of time, and have been educated or have alot of knowledge in that “field of work”