Curious Anomaly in the Structure of Self-Rationality

When I feel my beard flapping about in the wind, nothing could convince me that it is not my own beard but rather the beard of some other fellow that I feel flapping about in that way. Not so when I observe my beard in the mirror. For it could easily be Boltzmann’s or Meinong’s beard that is craftily presented to me in that way.

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