To understand the phenomenon of thought, we need not understand the role of perception. Rather, we must insist on its solitude in order to proceed forward. If accountability is the absence of a certain morality, spontaneity is the freedom of choice. We are only free when the moment strikes, if at all.
Philosophy and Ethics stem from pseudo-experience. Thoughts are not straight lines leading to predesignated street corners. Space is curved throughout, and thought is always curved perpendicular to space.
All knowledge is reality, at least until the mortician says differently. Education fluctuates between categories and self destruction. The common maxim of the dead is disbelief. Unbroken rules are how novelty is destroyed.
The retina always tells white lies. Semantics are the end result of perception after a long day at work. We each carry a world of facts that do not necessarily spring from experience and facts do not always establish meaning. Reality is indifferent to our considerations, except when they arise from the pure domain of silence. If infinity exists, it may only exist in thought. Thought exists, but reality may not.