• What's the meaning of life?

    214 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can we live without the baseless concept that is free will? Without it we have no drama, because no-one is a victim or villain or rescuer?

    I'm sure many of you will protest against the premise that free will is baseless, so I will respond to those of you who do
    I'm sure many of you will protest against the premise that free will is baseless, so I will respond to those of you who do
    15 answers · 18 hours ago
  • White people Fk you?

    13 answers · 10 hours ago
  • What happens after we die? Nothingness?

    Since we can lose out memories while alive from number of unfortunate reasons, I can;t really see how can you reason seeing people family members or even yourself as the way you visualise yourself...ITs all due to our physical and biological capability.... Our very life is most if not all because of... show more
    Since we can lose out memories while alive from number of unfortunate reasons, I can;t really see how can you reason seeing people family members or even yourself as the way you visualise yourself...ITs all due to our physical and biological capability.... Our very life is most if not all because of conditioning.....What happens to us when our body is no longer functioning and decaying or turned into ashes....Do we just no longer exist??
    27 answers · 2 days ago
  • True or False., Life is not fair?

    True or False., Life is not fair?

    Best answer: Very true my friend, but no one ever said it was. And if anybody ever says it should be, then they are fools who should be avoided. Life is what you make of it, but there will always be bumps in the road that you must face.
    Best answer: Very true my friend, but no one ever said it was. And if anybody ever says it should be, then they are fools who should be avoided. Life is what you make of it, but there will always be bumps in the road that you must face.
    26 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do you agree with Carl Jung that "astrology is nothing but unconscious introspective perceptions of the collective unconscious?

    "The collective unconscious appears to consist of mythological motifs or primordial images, for which reason the myths of all nations are its real exponents. In fact the whole of mythology could be taken as a sort of projection of the collective unconscious. We can see this most clearly if we look at the... show more
    "The collective unconscious appears to consist of mythological motifs or primordial images, for which reason the myths of all nations are its real exponents. In fact the whole of mythology could be taken as a sort of projection of the collective unconscious. We can see this most clearly if we look at the heavenly constellations, whose originally chaotic forms are organized through the projection of images. This explains the influence of the stars as asserted by astrologers. These influences are nothing but unconscious introspective perceptions of the collective unconscious" Carl Jung
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • What is the key to happiness and fulfilment?

    I want lots of friends...
    I want lots of friends...
    35 answers · 4 days ago
  • What if Australia really is fake??

    Best answer: Shiiiiittt, you figured it out.
    Australia is actually a pretend land set up in a remote part of Canada which is itself actually in Africa
    Best answer: Shiiiiittt, you figured it out.
    Australia is actually a pretend land set up in a remote part of Canada which is itself actually in Africa
    12 answers · 1 day ago
  • What's our most common ground?

    56 answers · 6 days ago
  • What is the meaning of life?

    I don't understand the point of life what's the point were all going to die anyway why do we do anything?
    I don't understand the point of life what's the point were all going to die anyway why do we do anything?
    27 answers · 4 days ago
  • What is the meaning of life?

    12 answers · 1 day ago
  • What's the opposite of ad hominem? As in, you're touting your education or status to "prove" that you're right in an argument?

    Best answer: Appeal to authority.
    Best answer: Appeal to authority.
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • What were the odds of me being born?

    17 answers · 4 days ago
  • Ethics question... what do you think?

    Consider Rebecca, a single mother of 4 who has been a long-term welfare recipient. Rebecca is a weekend meth user who often spends her money on meth. However, without her welfare money, her children would not have any food or medical treatment and would most likely be placed in foster homes where their lives... show more
    Consider Rebecca, a single mother of 4 who has been a long-term welfare recipient. Rebecca is a weekend meth user who often spends her money on meth. However, without her welfare money, her children would not have any food or medical treatment and would most likely be placed in foster homes where their lives would go worse than they currently are. Rebecca s yearly welfare application is due. Now consider Jimmy, a veteran of both Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom. During battle, Jimmy was wounded and now suffers from some moderate physical disability and posttraumatic stress. Sadly, although Jimmy tried to find a job, there weren t many systems in place to help him re-integrate or work through his issues. Each day Jimmy begs for money at his local off-ramp. Through no fault of his own, Jimmy has fallen through the proverbial cracks. Jimmy applies for welfare. You are the welfare overseer. At most one person can get welfare. You can make ONE of the following three decisions: 1) Give the welfare only to Rebecca 2) Give the welfare only Jimmy 3) Don t give any welfare
    37 answers · 7 days ago
  • Philosophy: What is "reflection"?

    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • Has the common ground in philosophy been split between WHAT-we-know and HOW we know (it) ?

    It was known and taught in the 1950's that philosophy was not only the subject matter - the historical material that is understood to be taught as philosophy - but in fact philosophy as an actual method by which someone could learn what went on before (could learn philosophy from a real method). Is this true?... show more
    It was known and taught in the 1950's that philosophy was not only the subject matter - the historical material that is understood to be taught as philosophy - but in fact philosophy as an actual method by which someone could learn what went on before (could learn philosophy from a real method). Is this true? Was it a failure by that western philosopher and could it have been the origin of sincere beliefs like the No-new-philosophy-under-the-sun belief syndrome ?
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • How not to be a nihilist?

    9 answers · 3 days ago