(or "Unit formerly known as WXK-2312", to my friends)Person by the name of Jennifer,
That's nice, and I wish you luck in that endeavor; but that's not what was meant by "common sense" here, nor it is how common sense is used in the vernacular... which I guess is something you agree with based on your response to my explanation (as you sidestepped it for the "Well, fine, but I don't really care because I'm interested in loftier things!" strategem).I do not care for norms. I do not care about ideas whose existence in reality are merely agreed upon---subjective hallucinations feasted upon by the feeble-minded. What I care about is undiscovered reality. What we don't know and yet what is honestly existing. This is what I'm trying to figure out and express. I am saying that there are larger implications to "Common sense", and that the the "common guy down the street" could be that same "college professor" wearing a different outfit. They both have the same thinking patterns. It doesn't matter what you call it..."higher learning"..."abstracted angle of thought"..."common sense."