• What is the last thing you want to know?

    Why is any knowledge counter-productive?
    Why is any knowledge counter-productive?
    54 answers · 4 days ago
  • Do you have it all figured out?

    24 answers · 2 days ago
  • Whats a simple job I can have that won't stress me out. I have a mental illness that makes me have panic attacks when I'm stressed.?

    Best answer: I suggest that you learn to manage and control your anxiety with medication and therapy. There are many jobs out there where you can work alone and be happy.
    Best answer: I suggest that you learn to manage and control your anxiety with medication and therapy. There are many jobs out there where you can work alone and be happy.
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • How can we have free will if psychology and neurology are actual fields of science?

    The brain generates the mind. if you know enough about a person's brain and mind, you could acurately predict their actions. That suggests free will is an illusion.
    The brain generates the mind. if you know enough about a person's brain and mind, you could acurately predict their actions. That suggests free will is an illusion.
    19 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do incompetent and poor people disgust you?

    I have more respect for immoral rich successful people rather than those failures
    I have more respect for immoral rich successful people rather than those failures
    8 answers · 12 hours ago
  • What is justice?

    It is difficult to describe justice, but easier to point out an unjust person or action, so what is the nature of justice?
    It is difficult to describe justice, but easier to point out an unjust person or action, so what is the nature of justice?
    8 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Why do we, every organism, fight for survival if we are going to die some day?

    This question is purely philosophical, I guess. Is life just a game where you're assigned a species and your mission is to help the species (in our case humans) survive or even dominate? Then what would be wrong if everyone commited suicide or died of a nuclear catastrophe? I don't have suicidal thoughts of... show more
    This question is purely philosophical, I guess. Is life just a game where you're assigned a species and your mission is to help the species (in our case humans) survive or even dominate? Then what would be wrong if everyone commited suicide or died of a nuclear catastrophe? I don't have suicidal thoughts of course, I'm just curious.
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • 💻🐸🐸🐸Do you think we are all connected?

    Best answer: Yes by a common ancestor.
    Best answer: Yes by a common ancestor.
    20 answers · 4 days ago
  • When an event is no longer remembered by ANYONE still living, did the event actually happen?

    Best answer: A countless number of events, that actually happened, aren't remembered. For example, many generations ago, a great (X 10) grandmother of yours gave birth to one of your great (X 9) grandparents. No one remembers anything about that birth, but if it had never happened, you would not exist. A practically... show more
    Best answer: A countless number of events, that actually happened, aren't remembered. For example, many generations ago, a great (X 10) grandmother of yours gave birth to one of your great (X 9) grandparents. No one remembers anything about that birth, but if it had never happened, you would not exist.

    A practically infinite number of events, that no one ever even knew about, much less remembered, have actually happened.

    That's obvious. Why would you ask?
    16 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is everything one?

    6 answers · 8 hours ago
  • What is the meaning of life?

    Best answer: love
    Best answer: love
    28 answers · 6 days ago
  • If you're accused of a misdeed, but instead of addressing it, you put blame on someone else for their misdeeds, what type of fallacy is that?

    Best answer: straw man creating a false or made up scenario and then attacking it. (e.g., Evolutionists think that everything came about by random chance.) Most evolutionists think in terms of natural selection which may involve incidental elements, but does not depend entirely on random chance. Painting your opponent with... show more
    Best answer: straw man
    creating a false or made up scenario and then attacking it. (e.g., Evolutionists think that everything came about by random chance.) Most evolutionists think in terms of natural selection which may involve incidental elements, but does not depend entirely on random chance. Painting your opponent with false colors only deflects the purpose of the argument.

    two wrongs make a right
    trying to justify what we did by accusing someone else of doing the same. (e.g. how can you judge my actions when you do exactly the same thing?) The guilt of the accuser has no relevance to the discussion.

    Ad Hominem
    This translates as “to the man” and refers to any attacks on the person advancing the argument, rather than on the validity of the evidence or logic. It’s is one thing to say that I don’t agree with you, but it’s another thing to say that I don’t like you, and you are wrong because I don't like you; evil people often make valid claims, and good people often make invalid claims, so separate the claim from the person. Like the emotional appeal, the validity of an argument has utterly nothing to do with the character of those presenting it. Ad hominem attacks are the meat and potatoes of political campaigns, but this is because we are, in fact, debating over who to vote for. Once the votes have been cast, however, we do well to focus on the logic and evidence, not those speaking the argument.

    "Saddam can't have WMD's because George Bush said he does, and he's a liar."
    "Saddam must have WMD's because the UN can't find them."
    "Who cares if the French oppose invading Iraq; they haven't won a war in centuries!"
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • How long does 'now' last?

    32 answers · 7 days ago
  • Definition of " philosophy of life "(with reference)?

    please tell any writer , thinker or philosopher's definition of "philosophy of life " with reference of writer name nd book name or article
    please tell any writer , thinker or philosopher's definition of "philosophy of life " with reference of writer name nd book name or article
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • What does Bernard Williams mean by “boredom is unthinkable”?

    In “Reflections on the Tedium of Immortality”, Bernard Williams says that “boredom, as sometimes in more ordinary circumstances, would be not just a tiresome effect but also a reaction almost perceptual in character to the poverty of one’s relation to the environment. Nothing less will do for eternity than... show more
    In “Reflections on the Tedium of Immortality”, Bernard Williams says that “boredom, as sometimes in more ordinary circumstances, would be not just a tiresome effect but also a reaction almost perceptual in character to the poverty of one’s relation to the environment. Nothing less will do for eternity than something that makes boredom unthinkable.” What does this mean? I can’t understand it at all
    6 answers · 2 days ago