• (((Philosophy))) What is "CREDIBILITY", and who strives more for truth?

    On the basis of critical thought, who would you believe, a former Lucasian Professor of Mathematics, or a Cabinet Minister.
    On the basis of critical thought, who would you believe, a former Lucasian Professor of Mathematics, or a Cabinet Minister.
    8 answers · Philosophy · 4 months ago
  • ((( ))) Is the role of satire changing in its ethical acceptability?

    No rush! This question is open all week.
    No rush! This question is open all week.
    5 answers · Philosophy · 3 years ago
  • ((( ))) Could you love mankind?

    16 answers · Philosophy · 3 years ago
  • ((( )) Does the posession of knowledge ensure the posession of wisdom?

    Think carefully before you answer there is no rush. I'll leave this question open for a week to give you time to consider. P
    Think carefully before you answer there is no rush. I'll leave this question open for a week to give you time to consider. P
    99 answers · Philosophy · 3 years ago
  • Anyone want to buy Scotland?

    Scotland is about to vote about leaving Great Britain. If they vote to go who will be interested in them? It seems: They wont be allowed to use GBP. They wont be in the EC. They dont currently have adequate NHS resources in Scotland.
    Scotland is about to vote about leaving Great Britain. If they vote to go who will be interested in them? It seems: They wont be allowed to use GBP. They wont be in the EC. They dont currently have adequate NHS resources in Scotland.
    5 answers · Other - Politics & Government · 3 years ago
  • ((( ))) Philosophically speaking, what is a suitable gift to leave?

    for the new residents of your home when you have to move? Something which says every brick of this house, every stone in the garden was an important part of my life for a long time, I hope youre happy here.
    for the new residents of your home when you have to move? Something which says every brick of this house, every stone in the garden was an important part of my life for a long time, I hope youre happy here.
    9 answers · Philosophy · 3 years ago
  • ((( ))) Is it ethically correct to buy a country to escape its justice system?

    Assuming of course you are one of the very few who have that choice.
    Assuming of course you are one of the very few who have that choice.
    9 answers · Law & Ethics · 3 years ago
  • ((( )))Can the answer only be as good as the question?

    Or is there more?
    Or is there more?
    10 answers · Philosophy · 3 years ago
  • Elbow tattoo design advice?

    Anyone any advice/comments on how much of the elbow skin should be avoided, or design features to avoid, problems etc?
    Anyone any advice/comments on how much of the elbow skin should be avoided, or design features to avoid, problems etc?
    5 answers · Tattoos · 3 years ago
  • ((( ))) When will we learn?

    Things are not always what we think, we have our pre-conceived ideas, sometimes theyre wrong. When will we learn to keep our minds open and be one step closer to reality?
    Things are not always what we think, we have our pre-conceived ideas, sometimes theyre wrong. When will we learn to keep our minds open and be one step closer to reality?
    4 answers · Philosophy · 3 years ago
  • Why does "Best Answer" choice come up so quickly?

    Is YA missing the point that it takes 24 hours for parts of the world to respond to questions, they seem to be in an awful rush. Is it detracting from the debate once ba is chosen?
    Is YA missing the point that it takes 24 hours for parts of the world to respond to questions, they seem to be in an awful rush. Is it detracting from the debate once ba is chosen?
    4 answers · Yahoo Answers · 3 years ago
  • (UK) Why doesnt God get a Winter Fuel Allowance.?

    In UK the over 60s get a Winter Fuel Allowance for us old folkes to buy a couple of blankets, a candle, and a box of matches to keep ourselves warm. OK, it may be a little toungue in cheek but today Im fighting Gods corner (He needs all the help He can get), and isnt this a little discriminatory, after all there isnt any doubt that He's over 60!... show more
    In UK the over 60s get a Winter Fuel Allowance for us old folkes to buy a couple of blankets, a candle, and a box of matches to keep ourselves warm. OK, it may be a little toungue in cheek but today Im fighting Gods corner (He needs all the help He can get), and isnt this a little discriminatory, after all there isnt any doubt that He's over 60! Is it because He's got multiple accounts? What do you think?
    7 answers · Philosophy · 3 years ago
  • ((( )))Are our minds perceptive enough in philosophy.?

    Sure, we all notice when the big things happen, but do we notice the little things? After all, they may be big for others. Are we too disconnected. Do we need to get rewired, to recharge our batteries, to refocus to see whats hidden in plain sight, to pick up on the meaning behind the words. To slow the pace, and resynchronise with... show more
    Sure, we all notice when the big things happen, but do we notice the little things? After all, they may be big for others. Are we too disconnected. Do we need to get rewired, to recharge our batteries, to refocus to see whats hidden in plain sight, to pick up on the meaning behind the words. To slow the pace, and resynchronise with life? (((absent friends)))
    11 answers · Philosophy · 3 years ago
  • Where did I put my Tab 3?

    If your like me youre always loosing things, lost anything interesting lately?
    If your like me youre always loosing things, lost anything interesting lately?
    2 answers · Polls & Surveys · 4 years ago
  • Philosophically, what if we could "see" sound ((( )))?

    What would it actually look like in day to day life? Would it have something similar to colours? What could we do that we cant do now? Would it flow like rivers down the motorway? Would space still be "black"? Could we paint a portrait with it? Would a laugh look like a (((hug)))? Or a babys chuckle look like a (((gentle hug)))?
    What would it actually look like in day to day life? Would it have something similar to colours? What could we do that we cant do now? Would it flow like rivers down the motorway? Would space still be "black"? Could we paint a portrait with it? Would a laugh look like a (((hug)))? Or a babys chuckle look like a (((gentle hug)))?
    9 answers · Philosophy · 4 years ago
  • How do you view Fathers Day?

    Do you have a philosophy for Fathers Day, and do your children reciprocate? ((( )))
    Do you have a philosophy for Fathers Day, and do your children reciprocate? ((( )))
    10 answers · Philosophy · 4 years ago
  • Nothing happens unless the conditions for it to happen are right.?

    Is that right?
    Is that right?
    9 answers · Philosophy · 4 years ago