• What's something you can live without?

    Best answer: Drama.
    Best answer: Drama.
    75 answers · 3 days ago
  • What matters?

    21 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is this a good expression to describe someone who does foolish things & becomes successful anyway?

    "he has more luck then brains"
    "he has more luck then brains"
    15 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Is life meant to make us happy?

    Best answer: Life is not "meant" to be anything, my friend.
    Best answer: Life is not "meant" to be anything, my friend.
    28 answers · 3 days ago
  • "When you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it" Do you agree or disagree?

    Best answer: I disagree. If a person really wants something that should be sufficient motivation for them to find a way to get the desired results. That works for the self-motivation aspect, but I do not think the whole universe is out there helping to make it happen. At least not in my experiences. There are still plenty... show more
    Best answer: I disagree. If a person really wants something that should be sufficient motivation for them to find a way to get the desired results. That works for the self-motivation aspect, but I do not think the whole universe is out there helping to make it happen. At least not in my experiences. There are still plenty of obstacles and challenges.
    18 answers · 1 day ago
  • Are we born to die OR Are we born to live?

    13 answers · 23 hours ago
  • Where is the good in the world?

    Best answer: There is none. Capitalism necessitates chaos and this chaos creates inside man this unbearable tension, essentially a fetish, you look out into the world and know it is but nothing, ****, worthless filth piled on top of itself, but this cannot be accepted so you merely create a false sense of jubilant eat the... show more
    Best answer: There is none. Capitalism necessitates chaos and this chaos creates inside man this unbearable tension, essentially a fetish, you look out into the world and know it is but nothing, ****, worthless filth piled on top of itself, but this cannot be accepted so you merely create a false sense of jubilant eat the worthless, meaningless acts of decency one pretends exist.

    This world is fast approaching a new dark age. An age of global apartheid that we are fully responsible for supporting.
    10 answers · 3 hours ago
  • 💀 What is the worst tragedy in the world?

    Best answer: I used to do psychology retreats where people aired their miseries and struggles. There was a young lady who came along, and student counselors gently chided her for not talking about her hidden struggles. So she fessed up; she told them about the most devastating event of her life, in a tear-filled voice she told... show more
    Best answer: I used to do psychology retreats where people aired their miseries and struggles. There was a young lady who came along, and student counselors gently chided her for not talking about her hidden struggles. So she fessed up; she told them about the most devastating event of her life, in a tear-filled voice she told the tragic tale: she once got a B. People were incredulous because they thought she was coming them, but she was totally sincere.

    What is the worst tragedy in the world? Whatever YOU are going through.
    20 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is human intellegence just a coverup for human madness?

    Best answer: No, but it is a cause of much of the madness.
    Best answer: No, but it is a cause of much of the madness.
    15 answers · 4 days ago
  • If there is oxygen in air, and also a good amount of nitrogen, aren’t we all breathing nitrous-oxide right now?

    Best answer: no, nitrous oxide (and nitric oxide) are compounds of N and O. The air contains just N₂ and O₂ molecules, and they do not combine with each other without special conditions (which I'd have to look up). Obviously that does not happen under ordinary conditions (including heat) or the atmosphere would become... show more
    Best answer: no, nitrous oxide (and nitric oxide) are compounds of N and O. The air contains just N₂ and O₂ molecules, and they do not combine with each other without special conditions (which I'd have to look up). Obviously that does not happen under ordinary conditions (including heat) or the atmosphere would become toxic.

    Although I do remember a SciFi story where someone discovered/made a special catalysis that causes the two to combine to form the oxide at room temperature, causing the atmosphere to quickly become toxic.
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is my answer to this philosophy question correct?

    Best answer: "If Garrison had called his mother, she would be happy." is a conditional statement "But she isn’t happy, is she?" is a rhetorical question. As a question it isn't a argument for or against any proposition. BUT, if it is interpreted as "She isn't happy", then it is a... show more
    Best answer: "If Garrison had called his mother, she would be happy." is a conditional statement
    "But she isn’t happy, is she?" is a rhetorical question. As a question it isn't a argument for or against any proposition. BUT, if it is interpreted as "She isn't happy", then it is a statement.

    And the dection "therefore, Garrison didn't call his mother" follows because of denying the consequent of the conditional.
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • What would you do if you think you might die soon for any reason?

    Best answer: Try find a way to remove the reason...... death is inevitable but certainly not so soon.
    Best answer: Try find a way to remove the reason...... death is inevitable but certainly not so soon.
    25 answers · 5 days ago
  • What's the point of accomplishing anything if it gets ripped away from you after you die?

    Best answer: Because you leave it there for future generations. Your children, and their children, and millions of people for generations to come will benefit from what you do, and the way in which you spread the word of God.
    Best answer: Because you leave it there for future generations. Your children, and their children, and millions of people for generations to come will benefit from what you do, and the way in which you spread the word of God.
    13 answers · 6 days ago
  • Who is the best Metaphysics Philosopher? Who is the best philosopher who mastered Metaphysics?

    Best answer: Best? In both categories, Plotinus ("Return to the One: Plotinus's Guide to God-Realization," by Brian Hines). Recent metaphysics-based philosophers include: Frithjof Schuon; Hilary Putnam; Iris Murdoch; Alvin Plantinga; Omraam Aivanhov; G. K. Chesteron; C. S. Lewis. Among the historical... show more
    Best answer: Best?
    In both categories, Plotinus ("Return to the One: Plotinus's Guide to God-Realization," by Brian Hines).

    Recent metaphysics-based philosophers include:

    Frithjof Schuon;
    Hilary Putnam;
    Iris Murdoch;
    Alvin Plantinga;
    Omraam Aivanhov;
    G. K. Chesteron;
    C. S. Lewis.

    Among the historical figures,

    Pythagoras;
    Parmenides;
    Plato;
    Pascal;
    Saint Thomas Aquinas;
    de Chardin;
    Bergson;
    Buber;
    Rosenzweig;

    also, some metaphysics in;

    Kant;
    Hegel;
    Heidegger;
    Whitehead;
    Wittgenstein;
    Spinoza.
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Could you please name 1 rule that you think everybody in the world should respect?

    Best answer: If everyone followed "The Golden Rule" all of their days, can you imagine how much better a place our world would be?!?
    Best answer: If everyone followed "The Golden Rule" all of their days, can you imagine how much better a place our world would be?!?
    35 answers · 1 week ago
  • Today was really cloudy here like ashes in the sky., Do you see weird natural phenomena sometimes?

    Best answer: Weird to me is normal, the beauty of gray skies, the rainbows in the grass. The auras around people. Anybody behind my eyes would be amazed. But I have seen the world this way for 55+ years.
    Best answer: Weird to me is normal, the beauty of gray skies, the rainbows in the grass. The auras around people. Anybody behind my eyes would be amazed. But I have seen the world this way for 55+ years.
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • WHAT IS FREEDOM CHECK..?

    8 answers · 3 days ago