“Déjà-vu” is the feeling of intense familiarity with a circumstance, landscape, person or place that
Comment: I like this article because it provides more possible explanations than the usual, materialistic, “your brain short circuits” hypothesis. Personally, I think déjà-vu could point to the idea that we exist in a world where linear time is more a relative reality than a hard fact. But this idea and its implications are just too much and challenge some people, so they prefer to cling on to the standard neuropsychological view.
Ironically, many of these clingers on are self-professed “liberals” who see themselves as open-minded.
From my experience, some self-professed liberals can be incredibly closed-minded and dogmatic on a variety of topics, just like some self-professed conservatives—or anyone else, for that matter.