• What is the point of life if we're all going to die eventually?

    Yeah we reproduce but eventually they die too and so do their children. Besides, what even is our purpose other than to reproduce? What's the point of reproduction if we have no other purpose here?
    Yeah we reproduce but eventually they die too and so do their children. Besides, what even is our purpose other than to reproduce? What's the point of reproduction if we have no other purpose here?
    23 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is beauty absolute?

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  • Are people really capable of comprehending death - how do can people show that we really understand?

    Best answer: No, death cannot be comprehended beyond a doubt. One cannot know it without experiencing it, and even then it's possible that even that isn't possible. All we can do is speculate.
    Best answer: No, death cannot be comprehended beyond a doubt. One cannot know it without experiencing it, and even then it's possible that even that isn't possible. All we can do is speculate.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Who are some non white philosophers?

    Best answer: check out eastern philosophy.it has no bias
    Best answer: check out eastern philosophy.it has no bias
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • If the U.S. and the USSR were to go to war during the Cold War without nukes, could we have won?

    General George S. Patton wanted to go after the USSR after WW2. Also Wiston Churchill also planned a military operation named "Operation Unthinkable" where the objective was to push the Russians back to their side of the border.
    General George S. Patton wanted to go after the USSR after WW2. Also Wiston Churchill also planned a military operation named "Operation Unthinkable" where the objective was to push the Russians back to their side of the border.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • How do the stoics interpret suffering?

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  • What is, in your opininon, the best proof of bravery?

    Best answer: Putting yourself in a situation of certain death in order to allow someone else to get away. It happens in crises all the time, yet those who gave up their lives are rarely hailed as heroes. Consider widely-publicized tragedies like ships or ferries sinking, famine at a high level, and of course war. Men who... show more
    Best answer: Putting yourself in a situation of certain death in order to allow someone else to get away. It happens in crises all the time, yet those who gave up their lives are rarely hailed as heroes.

    Consider widely-publicized tragedies like ships or ferries sinking, famine at a high level, and of course war. Men who stayed aboard the Titanic so the women and children could have the lifeboats? Brave. Mothers in your city and mine who say they're not hungry, so their kids can eat? Brave. Freedom fighters who go against greater forces, who hide people sentenced to die for being who they are, who spy for their cause, all brave.
    5 answers · 19 hours ago
  • What do atheists think of the incredible, remarkable, and spectacular Father, Son, and Holy Spirit?

    Best answer: Poor irrational imagination.
    Best answer: Poor irrational imagination.
    36 answers · 1 week ago
  • Which great philosopher had a big negative impact on today's society?

    Best answer: Nietzsche His whole philosophy is used to justify might is right but of course he is right is some places where he clearly states that we are responsible for our actions . Where he is wrong is his idea that we should not allow any ethic to override our power over our desires
    Best answer: Nietzsche His whole philosophy is used to justify might is right but of course he is right is some places where he clearly states that we are responsible for our actions . Where he is wrong is his idea that we should not allow any ethic to override our power over our desires
    13 answers · 6 days ago
  • Can anything still be morally wrong if the majority wants it?

    How do you know its really wrong in that case? rel·a·tiv·ism ˈrelədəˌvizəm/Submit noun the doctrine that knowledge, truth, and morality exist in relation to culture, society, or historical context, and are not absolute.
    How do you know its really wrong in that case? rel·a·tiv·ism ˈrelədəˌvizəm/Submit noun the doctrine that knowledge, truth, and morality exist in relation to culture, society, or historical context, and are not absolute.
    50 answers · 1 week ago
  • Atheists are you humanists?

    Best answer: Humanism is an atheist religion, as are hedonism, Marxist-Leninism, Maoism and the Richard Dawkins Foundation Limited. (Although Dawkins isn't truly atheist - he's replaced God with billions of anthropomorphic godlets) Most people who claim to be atheist aren't any of these - they're just reacting... show more
    Best answer: Humanism is an atheist religion, as are hedonism, Marxist-Leninism, Maoism and the Richard Dawkins Foundation Limited. (Although Dawkins isn't truly atheist - he's replaced God with billions of anthropomorphic godlets) Most people who claim to be atheist aren't any of these - they're just reacting against their parents forcing them to sit through boring sermons.
    12 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is philosophy just bullshìt?

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  • What is the purpose/meaning for life?

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  • Who is rich and who is poor?

    Best answer: Philosophically the person who attained all wisdom is rich though he is poor but a person who is faraway from wisdom and sense is poor though he is rich.
    Best answer: Philosophically the person who attained all wisdom is rich though he is poor but a person who is faraway from wisdom and sense is poor though he is rich.
    16 answers · 1 week ago
  • What matters? Really nothing matters in this universe, yet our brains reward us with dopamine when we perceive something important?

    I'm 25 and thinking about what am I trying to achieve? You watch things on TV and Youtube which makes thing appear sensational, like something really great and important has happened, but we all die in very, VERY short time (considering how long this universe will go on), and nothing really matters. It's... show more
    I'm 25 and thinking about what am I trying to achieve? You watch things on TV and Youtube which makes thing appear sensational, like something really great and important has happened, but we all die in very, VERY short time (considering how long this universe will go on), and nothing really matters. It's only if you choose to engage in it and deliberately avoid thinking about it that it seems like these things matter. So what do I do?
    18 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is the future going to continue to occur no matter what?

    Best answer: As long as time continues to pass and matter and energy continue to interact, yes.
    Best answer: As long as time continues to pass and matter and energy continue to interact, yes.
    14 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is every country in the same reality?

    Best answer: Yes, even Chihuahua.
    Best answer: Yes, even Chihuahua.
    14 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why are we so angry, motorist neighbours, politics, soap stories on tele, family problems,?

    Why is there no harmony on this beautiful blue planet
    Why is there no harmony on this beautiful blue planet
    16 answers · 1 week ago