[SOLVED] ghost in the shell And I stand back and wonder what could possibly be so hard in accpecting that all we hold around us is natureal in origin? That all our emotions are just really well written code in a very effective program?What is it with this prepetual human instinct to seperate himself from the world around him, his obsession with classification and differenzation? (for im sure nature does no such thing) ..... ..... ........ ahhh i got it. If there is an outside then that implies that there is an inside, which then implies that my 'inside is unique' becasue i cant see the insides of others only myself, which then implies that my inside is me seperate from my enviroment, of which i sense thorugh sense in a body which is part of the envirment, which implies that if i let the body fail, i'll lose contact with the 'outside', so i must keep the body working to keep my "me" working, so this body isnt just a body, its my "me's" body, i must take care of my body, i must do things that make my body happy (food, love, sex, social satues) by which my body will avoid danger, which implies that emotions are not just silly electronic reactions but important makers of life, which implies that the social and moral rules which govern emotions arent "made up and phoney" but serve a fundamental truths to life. IN which case for me to think all this makes alot of sense of what otherwise would be utter chaos. ...... ahhh the dangers of the ghost in the shell mentality. have to admit, nature is one darn good philosopher to have come up with that one to feed to us. It takes a REAL measure of creativty.