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eskimokiss20 wrote:It's important for people to understand philosophy because its always great to know why things happen and how they happen.
Post Number:#20 January 7th, 2008, 5:31 am
Marcus Clayman wrote:Ultimately philosophy is about making better(more fulfilling) lives for everyone, so lies are somewhat accepted, if they carry a vital message, like creativity, excellence in virtue, and moral guidlines for the betterment of a city.
Marcus Clayman wrote:A philosopher should learn and be aware of more than express their wonder and ask questions, unless of course, in debate, then asking questions is the only thing a philosopher wants to do.
Truth is the ultimate ideal, and if there is no such thing, than freedom, most likely though, they are one and the same.
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philoreaderguy wrote:Do you consider yourself a philosopher? Do you think other people do? Why or why not?
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