“Let me be represented as one who trusts his senses, who thinks he knows the things he sees and feels, and entertains no doubts of their existence.” -- Bishop Berkeley
My father said, Anything sufficiently procrastinatored becomes unnecessary. See? And thanks for a text to point to.
And also we have the [in]famous quotation: "Masturbation is just like procrastination, it's fun at first, but in the end you're just screwing yourself."
I'll have to read that.Later.
Pretty funny, Tom.
More evidence of how flawed we are. Dan Ariely, referred to in the article, has an interesting book exploring various human quirks.With respect to the view of warring internal viewpoints, work on "anosognosia" is also illuminating/fscinating.
See, e.g., Gary Farber: Why Argue On Blogs? The Dunning-Kruger Effect http://obsidianwings.blogs.com/obsidian_wings/2010/09/why-argue-on-blogs-the-dunning-kruger-effect.html