• Do people enduring dimentia (loss of memory) ever experience any kind of stress.?

    The reason why I want to know about those two conditions is that I believe they are both positioned at the extremity of our own conscious, so rationality seems to be central! Perhaps a 'balanced mind is our optimum condition! Your views and comments please.
    The reason why I want to know about those two conditions is that I believe they are both positioned at the extremity of our own conscious, so rationality seems to be central! Perhaps a 'balanced mind is our optimum condition! Your views and comments please.
    5 answers · Mental Health · 5 years ago
  • Before there was Greece, there had been the Hellenic states. Why were they called by that name?

    And from whence had Greece adopted that name?
    And from whence had Greece adopted that name?
    1 answer · History · 6 years ago
  • Could any atheist please tell me (a) what is perfection to them? (b) do they accept that we all live in hope?

    Although I do not know 'perfection' yet I know it exists in the version of God. I would like to think that living is based upon the existing substance which vitalize me, but this is wrong so I live in hope. Could someone suggest something that replace our 'hope' and the image of perfection that is beyond us all? Thank you for your... show more
    Although I do not know 'perfection' yet I know it exists in the version of God. I would like to think that living is based upon the existing substance which vitalize me, but this is wrong so I live in hope. Could someone suggest something that replace our 'hope' and the image of perfection that is beyond us all? Thank you for your efforts.
    12 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 6 years ago
  • Whenever atheist or agnostic persons are giving evidence in court how do they go about it when taking oath?

    People who profess no kind of faith would not consider taking an oath to support their evidence, so how could their testimony be taken to be stated if not by a given oath?
    People who profess no kind of faith would not consider taking an oath to support their evidence, so how could their testimony be taken to be stated if not by a given oath?
    1 answer · Government · 6 years ago
  • Prior to the Greek gods there had been the 'Titans', from where, and from whom did they come?

    In Greek mythology we read a lot about the Greek gods, in the likes of Zeus, Poseidon, Here etc, before these gods and before the Titans who were there previous ancestors?
    In Greek mythology we read a lot about the Greek gods, in the likes of Zeus, Poseidon, Here etc, before these gods and before the Titans who were there previous ancestors?
    2 answers · History · 6 years ago
  • Should anyone want to be 'finite, exact and specific' are we only restricted to cite just numbers?

    Whenever we tend to say anything we always run in danger to be misunderstood. Words seems to be translated differently from what we might have in mind. Some words could be used differently, with the exception of numbers. For example a stool might mean a chair or a table but two (2) or any other number cannot ever be meant a different numbers.... show more
    Whenever we tend to say anything we always run in danger to be misunderstood. Words seems to be translated differently from what we might have in mind. Some words could be used differently, with the exception of numbers. For example a stool might mean a chair or a table but two (2) or any other number cannot ever be meant a different numbers. Symbols could also be interpreted differently as well as gestures. Can we exchange and share messages finite and explicit other than by means of numbers?
    1 answer · Philosophy · 6 years ago
  • Can pure and basic logic be more simple than when treating any aspect of eschatology?

    I gather that in order to be logical correct one should always build upon a stable premises. I can only think of 'change' to be stable, and death or passing away to be sure of. With this in mind I wonder if someone says something and exit thus having the last and final word then this testimony cannot ever be challenged since what had been... show more
    I gather that in order to be logical correct one should always build upon a stable premises. I can only think of 'change' to be stable, and death or passing away to be sure of. With this in mind I wonder if someone says something and exit thus having the last and final word then this testimony cannot ever be challenged since what had been decreed (even if false) cannot be changed. I also have this idea that people starting thinking of an afterlife only after they had noticed people sleeping and not waking up again. Plants have seeds that die and would grow up over again - is eschatology a base of logic upon which we could apply experience that is always drifting away?
    1 answer · Philosophy · 6 years ago
  • Why did humanity wanted to have a god? Was there a current need to have a god? What results if no God?

    A God seems to have been integrating every time a human community had developed everywhere. Was there a need for any god? What would have resulted if people had no gods / would they have lacked morals - ethics? Have role models in our 'modern society' replaced the gods? Are we lost without a notion of a god?
    A God seems to have been integrating every time a human community had developed everywhere. Was there a need for any god? What would have resulted if people had no gods / would they have lacked morals - ethics? Have role models in our 'modern society' replaced the gods? Are we lost without a notion of a god?
    3 answers · Mythology & Folklore · 6 years ago
  • What is the difference between DNA and Metabolism?

    I keep wondering from where the source of existence had all originally came.
    I keep wondering from where the source of existence had all originally came.
    10 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 8 years ago
  • If freedom has to relate towards an amount of liberty that we could ever suggest, is it ever complete?

    I keep wondering if my theory about existence holds tight whenever tested upon anything that we could debate. I have posted this question in order to confirm that existence has to be confined into the features of `time/space, relativity, polarity and matter` which must all be synchronised universally inside this establishment.
    I keep wondering if my theory about existence holds tight whenever tested upon anything that we could debate. I have posted this question in order to confirm that existence has to be confined into the features of `time/space, relativity, polarity and matter` which must all be synchronised universally inside this establishment.
    4 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 8 years ago
  • What exactly is metaphysics?

    Metaphysics is all the characteristics that could be noted by us. All the features that we could note are included into the science of metaphysics that are translated into symbolic tokens upon which this universe could be explained into an existing formation subtracted out from any living essence. Thus it is an abstract version of `time/space,... show more
    Metaphysics is all the characteristics that could be noted by us. All the features that we could note are included into the science of metaphysics that are translated into symbolic tokens upon which this universe could be explained into an existing formation subtracted out from any living essence. Thus it is an abstract version of `time/space, relativity, polarity and matter` without any living particle included into this establishment.
    3 answers · Philosophy · 8 years ago