How to overcome thoughts of solipsism, philosophers? What if they put my brain in a flask? How can I prove that the world isn't just a line of code?
Do not write about going to a psychologist, etc., but please give adequate arguments why solipsism is nonsense. Do not write that I have obsessive thoughts. Even if you go to a psychologist, you will still have faith in thoughts, because solipsism and the fact that I can be a brain in a flask is irrefutable. Accordingly, my brain will believe in this after the psychologist. I also can't go to him for my own reasons. Directly in any way. Even to a paid one.I'm 15 years old. Since childhood, suspicious, often accompanied by obsessive thoughts. I don't remember how I got to this point, but I read a lot on the Internet about Solipsism, Putnam's Brain in a Flask, and so on. Before that, with rare exceptions, he was a realist and did not believe in any theories, concepts, hypotheses. I don't know how I got it into my head so deeply, but now I doubt the reality of everything around me. I spend days trying to find a refutation of this, but it doesn't work out, I come to a contradiction: "What if it's your subconscious mind or something from the outside that set it up?" Panic attacks against this background, apathy, loss of appetite, all thoughts are occupied with thinking that "suddenly everything is unreal", everything seems alien and remote (this is called derealization). State of prostration, dropped all his favorite activities. Periodically I calm myself down and the anxiety goes away, but this obsessive thought does not go anywhere. Please don't "do real things"; "well, I'm real"; "this is all nonsense." I need good advice on how to get rid of this and / or a refutation. The feeling that now all my life I will doubt everything.How can one refute solipsism in order to believe that there is an objective reality, and I, for example, am not a brain in a flask, etc.?I saw a long answer from a person, but it was deleted.