… you get impatient in your other classes when they seem to spend all their time on merely empirical details.
… you lose an hour trying to figure out why “used to” makes sense in the sentence “I used to do that, but don’t anymore.”
… you find yourself not reading your assigned philosophy texts because you’re too busy reading other philosophical works.
… you write Socratic dialogues on the nature of the substance found in a Taco Time burrito.
… you search YouTube for videos on Leibniz’s Monadology.
… you pause when asked “How’s it going?” because you’re not sure what “it” refers to.