• What's the meaning of life?

    109 answers · 2 days ago
  • What's our most common ground?

    47 answers · 4 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?
    22 answers · 1 day ago
  • True or False., Life is not fair?

    True or False., Life is not fair?

    13 answers · 13 hours ago
  • What is the key to happiness and fulfilment?

    I want lots of friends...
    I want lots of friends...
    20 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why would an atheist say "there is no evidence of God's existence´╗┐" in the face of the abundant (and overwhelming) testimonial evidence?

    Why also would an atheist then say "testimonial evidence is NOT evidence", advertising their reliance on the cherry picking fallacy, beginning to make their argument appear as ridiculous? Why would an atheist then insist "oh so that means you believe in leprechauns and all other gods because of... show more
    Why also would an atheist then say "testimonial evidence is NOT evidence", advertising their reliance on the cherry picking fallacy, beginning to make their argument appear as ridiculous? Why would an atheist then insist "oh so that means you believe in leprechauns and all other gods because of testimony", showing the said atheist isn't very rational, since if you add all the testimonial for leprechauns, other gods, even lochness monsters ufo's, aliens, and many others, you still have far less testimonial evidence compared to the testimonial evidence of the living God? Why would an atheist then go on to ask "oh, so WHICH god of the thousands!" acting like they are wise, but just repeating another failed atheist statement, when there is only one God, who created all things, and them and us? Why would an atheist then go on to make judgments of people saying "you're an idiot or moron" when they have nothing left to stand on?
    12 answers · 17 hours ago
  • Philosophy: What is "reflection"?

    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • When did the world end?

    Best answer: 50,000 years ago. All technology was wipped out, and we had to start again

    POSSIBLY. Probably not, though
    Best answer: 50,000 years ago. All technology was wipped out, and we had to start again

    POSSIBLY. Probably not, though
    13 answers · 2 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 ?
    7 answers · 7 hours ago
  • Why is life so boring?

    Maybe I get too caught up in movies and fantasies but compared to them life is so boring.. Life is stressful, it's upsetting, people we love die off and are forgotten. We'll eventually die. So what's the point of our existence? We just produce offspring and die and the chain continues. I look at all of... show more
    Maybe I get too caught up in movies and fantasies but compared to them life is so boring.. Life is stressful, it's upsetting, people we love die off and are forgotten. We'll eventually die. So what's the point of our existence? We just produce offspring and die and the chain continues. I look at all of the careers you could have in your life, the places you could go, travel the world. But it just still seems boring. It all just ends eventually and I don't know why we're here on this planet
    47 answers · 6 days ago
  • My mind has taken over my heart?

    What should be a healthy mix of listening to your heart and mind?
    What should be a healthy mix of listening to your heart and mind?
    8 answers · 23 hours ago
  • How not to be a nihilist?

    6 answers · 11 hours ago
  • What great philosopher should I write a report on?

    I kant think of anyone..
    I kant think of anyone..
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • Need some wisdom here?

    I'm not trying to be "edgy", different, or original by asking because I'm sure everyone has thought about this one time or another but what is the point of life? The usual response I see it "To reproduce" But in my eyes life is kind of boring and pointless, so isn't that making more... show more
    I'm not trying to be "edgy", different, or original by asking because I'm sure everyone has thought about this one time or another but what is the point of life? The usual response I see it "To reproduce" But in my eyes life is kind of boring and pointless, so isn't that making more boring and pointless lives? I'll admit, I'm young, I haven't fully experienced the "Wonders" of life. I'm just thinking of different outcomes and careers I could have. It seems boring. I want to go on adventures but that doesn't seem possible. Life isn't a big Disney fairytale. Anyways, I just want some advice and wisdom. I don't really wanna hear that my life is boring and I need to do something with it because I keep putting myself in other peoples' shoes (Ex- Famous actor who travels all over the world) But it still seems boring and quite stressful. We all just die and then we're forgotten
    41 answers · 6 days 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??
    5 answers · 4 hours ago