Another thought behind the experiment is the thought that “thought” may be more haphazardly dispersed than we tend to assume. I don’t just mean “thought” in some abstract sense, but MY thought. That all of it is MY thought is something I normally take for granted. But don’t I “have” thoughts that I don’t want to call “mine”? Or perhaps they “occur to me” (occur = happen) rather than being mine? And would I sometimes make a thought my own, but it stubbornly refuses? Nietzsche thought that Descartes shouldn’t have said any more than “there are thoughts” (“there are” = “il y a” or “Es gibt”?). There are. Where is “there”?