• Atheists, if there was an ultimate meaning of life but you when you found out what it was you didn't like it, what would you do?

    Atheists, if there was an ultimate meaning of life but you when you found out what it was you didn't like it, what would you do?

    Best answer: There's no ultimate meaning in life if atheism is true
    Best answer: There's no ultimate meaning in life if atheism is true
    29 answers · 6 days ago
  • If evil didn't exist than how can we define good?

    I asked a similar question the other day and people on YA didn't seem to get what I was getting at. I mean cold is the absence of heat. But what if in an alternate reality cold didn't exist at all for the sake of argument. Then how could we or at least re-defined heat? That's my point with evil and... show more
    I asked a similar question the other day and people on YA didn't seem to get what I was getting at. I mean cold is the absence of heat. But what if in an alternate reality cold didn't exist at all for the sake of argument. Then how could we or at least re-defined heat? That's my point with evil and good. How can one exist without the other?
    36 answers · 1 week ago
  • Are youth and childhood just illusions?

    Best answer: No. They are wonderful yet fleeting times of our lives.

    The older we get the less real they do seem though.
    Best answer: No. They are wonderful yet fleeting times of our lives.

    The older we get the less real they do seem though.
    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • Do you prefer a world with finite possibilities or with infinite ones?

    Best answer: Aside from the fact that we cannot know if there are truly infinite possibilities or not, we couldn't possibly make use of infinite possibilities, nor even a fairly large set of them. Therefore I'll settle for finite ones as long as there are enough to satisfy my needs, which there definitely are. Example:... show more
    Best answer: Aside from the fact that we cannot know if there are truly infinite possibilities or not, we couldn't possibly make use of infinite possibilities, nor even a fairly large set of them. Therefore I'll settle for finite ones as long as there are enough to satisfy my needs, which there definitely are. Example: I love listening to music and drinking good wine. There's definitely a finite amount of both, but far more than I could ever experience or even become aware of. Life is too short for that.
    13 answers · 5 days ago
  • What if Britain sued for peace during WW2, 1940?

    Let's say, the Germans won the battle of Britain and the Brits just sued for peace and the Allies are essentially defeated. How would this affect the Barbarossa campaign? Would the defeat of the Allies allow the Germans to achieve victory over the Soviets? Or would the Soviets still defeat (Albeit at a later... show more
    Let's say, the Germans won the battle of Britain and the Brits just sued for peace and the Allies are essentially defeated. How would this affect the Barbarossa campaign? Would the defeat of the Allies allow the Germans to achieve victory over the Soviets? Or would the Soviets still defeat (Albeit at a later time) the Germans?
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is answering questions that can be googled ethical?

    Best answer: Depends on the question.
    Best answer: Depends on the question.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do you believe in whammies?

    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • What is the purpose of living in this world??

    I have been thinking about this lately but what is the answer? Spending time with family.... meeting new people... enjoying your life and surroundings...helping the unfortunate... making memories...
    I have been thinking about this lately but what is the answer? Spending time with family.... meeting new people... enjoying your life and surroundings...helping the unfortunate... making memories...
    10 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is the truth always the truth?

    Best answer: Only in the mind of the person making the statement.

    Truths in conversation are based on the knowledge and belief of the person, at the time.
    Best answer: Only in the mind of the person making the statement.

    Truths in conversation are based on the knowledge and belief of the person, at the time.
    16 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why is the truth always the truth ?

    16 answers · 1 week ago
  • What is the truth-and-always-the-truth of the environment today ? Science, Philosophy and the Environment ?

    Best answer: Actually there is no need of an environment day if we all considered environment as important.Environment is needed for our existence and we need ton protect it .But we people are busy with our own works hence we made a day to think and spend for our mother earth . Environment is not only for us,it is also needed... show more
    Best answer: Actually there is no need of an environment day if we all considered environment as important.Environment is needed for our existence and we need ton protect it .But we people are busy with our own works hence we made a day to think and spend for our mother earth . Environment is not only for us,it is also needed by the coming future generations and all other living creatures .Environment is static and we the man is not at all static.We have only permission to live and use the resources for our needs and not our greed.
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • Philosophy behind human existence?

    Best answer: "Nature" is not a well-defined term, even at the level of physics; e.g., "Energy" is not defined as an understood thing. "Human" may include "God's Creature as soul-field" (cf Professor Amit Goswami's "The Physics of the Soul"). So, inasmuch as neither term... show more
    Best answer: "Nature" is not a well-defined term, even at the level of physics; e.g., "Energy" is not defined as an understood thing.
    "Human" may include "God's Creature as soul-field" (cf Professor Amit Goswami's "The Physics of the Soul").

    So, inasmuch as neither term is well-defined ("nature" as assumptive; "human" as reductive by assumptive atomists), the notion of being of something is comparatively meaningless in terms of "true-false" Boolean logic, as each of the two terms is not reducible to a binary (T/F) value, but rather both terms ("input values") are indeterminate (so-called "Three-valued logic, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three-valu... shows how even three values (including a "maybe")) leads to a comparatively "astronomical" number (~ 20,000) of operators.

    Thus the statement seemingly assumes "Nature" to be physical universe, "we" to be products of the physical universe, and therefore the seemingly-valid conclusion "we cannot exist apart from Nature." Even a thinker such as A. N. Whitehead developed a coherent philosophy focused on universal processes which reaches "God-beingness" (aka "philosophy of organism").

    Related: "Process and Reality" by Whitehead; "The Path of the Higher Self;" "Return to the One: Plotinus's Guide to God-Realization."
    14 answers · 1 week ago
  • A deeply religious head-teacher said to me 'any society would come up with 10 Commandments,as these are rules of life'.Do u find it a compe?

    Best answer: Every society evolves basic rules of conduct. There may not be ten rules but there would be enough for that society. They are the basic morality that enables people to live together in safe, sustainable communities. They all include things like not killing each other for no reason and not stealing but other ideas... show more
    Best answer: Every society evolves basic rules of conduct. There may not be ten rules but there would be enough for that society. They are the basic morality that enables people to live together in safe, sustainable communities. They all include things like not killing each other for no reason and not stealing but other ideas may be specific to the culture in question. They are about forming cohesive communities and minimising rifts within those communities.
    Every country has laws. Laws are embodiments of the rules of that society in circumstances where social sanction and mutual respect fail to ensure compliance with acceptable conduct.
    7 answers · 7 days ago