In a message dated 09/25/1999 10:16:17 PM Eastern Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> So, whether or not there is such an entity
> as a self in existence, there can be no delusion, and there is no
> room between the twin horns of this dilemma, since the either-or
> alternatives encompass all the possible situational alternatives.
> Q.E.D., the Zen Doctrine of No-Mind, which asserts that such a
> belief is necessarily deluded, when in fact it cannot be, must be
> There is a way around this argument. What is it?
> Have fun, Joe
Lets go with what we sense. We are, without much doubt, a central nervous system with an external sensory feedback-loop. As a central nervous system, we also have (contain) opinions, attitudes and beliefs. Where we go after this is one of the big questions, definitely worth asking; definitely difficult to answer.