• 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.
    40 answers · Philosophy · 2 days ago
  • Name for the nickname sunny??

    Best answer: As you say, her personality is completely irrelevant to her real name. You already have a nickname that implies a cheerful optimistic personality. For her real name, you need to think about her parents - their ethnicity, personalities, tastes, and hopes for their child's future. That's where people's... show more
    Best answer: As you say, her personality is completely irrelevant to her real name. You already have a nickname that implies a cheerful optimistic personality. For her real name, you need to think about her parents - their ethnicity, personalities, tastes, and hopes for their child's future. That's where people's given names come from!
    16 answers · Books & Authors · 1 day ago
  • Is philosophy just bullshìt?

    57 answers · Philosophy · 3 days ago
  • What did people do before the Internet was invented?

    Did they frolic in the wilds?
    Did they frolic in the wilds?
    88 answers · History · 5 days ago
  • Does Donald Trump have explosive diarrhea?

    Best answer: That's just him talking, it's hard to tell the difference
    Best answer: That's just him talking, it's hard to tell the difference
    16 answers · Poetry · 2 days ago
  • What is the biggest Lie?

    16 answers · Philosophy · 22 hours ago
  • Why is life all lies?

    Best answer: I would not say life is all lies, but it is never completely or absolutely in the human experience what life really is. The fact is nothing in the human experience can ever be absolute or full: our knowledge is incomplete and, therefore, so is our understanding, our actions are never perfect, and therefore, our... show more
    Best answer: I would not say life is all lies, but it is never completely or absolutely in the human experience what life really is. The fact is nothing in the human experience can ever be absolute or full: our knowledge is incomplete and, therefore, so is our understanding, our actions are never perfect, and therefore, our dream, desires, and ambitions remain partially fulfilled, so much so that even our wrongs, our faults, our errors and mistakes are only partially so. If you search for a life without lies, then you want a life that is all truth and nothing but the truth, but then you do not have the capacity or the ability to live that truthfully, no human being has.

    When we seek to become better human being, as for instance, by gaining better knowledge and deepening our understanding through experience, by learning to become better relations, as for instance, through acts of generosity, kindness and love, we eliminate lies and eradicate falsehood from our life, we capacitate ourselves, and become able to acknowledge and accept greater degrees of truthfulness.

    We ask, what is life? What is the purpose of us being alive? We know this and often contemplate on the nature of our existential experience. We know one day we will die. Sometimes, we think life is meaningless; we think life is just a freak accident and we the outcome; then we feel it is all a big lie, a simulation so deep and complex that the true nature of it for us is unfathomable.

    We all have our moments of doubt, bouts of consternation, and unsettling thoughts, but we manage nevertheless, we live on. We do so as most of us find faith, in each other through love and compassion, in life through our wonderful ability to believe in the supreme being I one form or the other. The ultimate human capacity to take accept the truth does not come with knowledge or understanding, but through faith – the truth at the centre of our being.
    29 answers · Philosophy · 3 days ago
  • What year did Germany liberate Poland?

    14 answers · History · 18 hours ago
  • Are there people still alive from the 20th century (1901-2000)?

    Best answer: No. Ever since the infamous Geriatric Plague, the world is populated entirely by minors. As a result, not a single human on Earth is old enough to smoke, and only a smattering are allowed to watch R-rated movies.
    Best answer: No. Ever since the infamous Geriatric Plague, the world is populated entirely by minors. As a result, not a single human on Earth is old enough to smoke, and only a smattering are allowed to watch R-rated movies.
    20 answers · History · 2 days ago
  • I don't want to be enlightened but I feel guilty if I don't chase it, what should I do?

    I don't want to be enlightened because of my own personal reasons however if I don't I just feel guilty. Like, if I suffer any amount or any kind of pain at all it's like "Well if you were enlightened then you wouldn't have this problem would you" But I just don't want to pursue... show more
    I don't want to be enlightened because of my own personal reasons however if I don't I just feel guilty. Like, if I suffer any amount or any kind of pain at all it's like "Well if you were enlightened then you wouldn't have this problem would you" But I just don't want to pursue enlightenment, how do I deal with this?
    13 answers · Philosophy · 1 day ago
  • Is this good wrting?

    My bf is has written a book. He's trying to secure an agent to get it published. Here is the blurb and the 1st paragraph: Nestled in the Eastern Kentucky foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Baker County doesn't see much in the way of murder. But when Deputy Nathan Lincoln is the first responder to... show more
    My bf is has written a book. He's trying to secure an agent to get it published. Here is the blurb and the 1st paragraph: Nestled in the Eastern Kentucky foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Baker County doesn't see much in the way of murder. But when Deputy Nathan Lincoln is the first responder to the the murder of a nine year old boy, the ghosts from his own difficult childhood come back to haunt him.While trying to put away the father for the boy's murder, his own father's reappearance seeking forgiveness for past sins threatens to tear apart not only the case, but his career. CHAP 1 "And, ye fathers, provoke not your children to wrath." Ephesians 6:4 Baker County Deputy Sheriff Nathan Clay Lincoln, Jr. sat in his cruiser and took the opportunity presented by a red light to chug down a knockoff brand Five Hour Energy shot in pessimistic expectation of repelling the stupor that always hit him hard on the first graveyard shift of a swing shift rotation. It was his second shot in three hours, the first doing almost nothing to displace the weariness which seeped in bone deep, pressed into his neck and drew a road map of red lines in his jade-colored eyes.
    13 answers · Books & Authors · 24 hours 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
    13 answers · Philosophy · 1 day ago
  • Is it controversial to say Hitler was a good leader?

    Best answer: Hitler was a great tactician, but not a great leader. His ability to rise to power and essentially brainwash his citizens to become racist and excessively nationalistic was impressive; but, plunging his nation into that war was a horrible move on his part as a leader. Germany had no chance of winning, ever. They... show more
    Best answer: Hitler was a great tactician, but not a great leader. His ability to rise to power and essentially brainwash his citizens to become racist and excessively nationalistic was impressive; but, plunging his nation into that war was a horrible move on his part as a leader. Germany had no chance of winning, ever. They just had the ability to do damage, but not to win the war. If he had known this, he wouldn't have gone to war; but, he did anyway because he was a poor leader. Plus he a had a drug problem.
    27 answers · History · 3 days 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?
    12 answers · Philosophy · 15 hours ago