Announcement: Your votes are in! The January 2019 Philosophy Book of the Month is The Runaway Species: How Human Creativity Remakes the World by David Eagleman and Anthony Brandt.
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I'm not an atheist, but my views on God tend to float towards agnostic/atheistic. I hate utilitarianism. I'm interested in how philosophy is applied to body image and self-worth, I've struggled with eating disorders for the majority of my life so I find the topic interesting.
I'm curious about the ethics behind suicide.
I'm against the death penalty.
I consider myself an anarchist.
I'm very curious.
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Here you can learn the proper etiquette of suicide (small ethics of suicide), how the death penalty favours society while diminishes individual human rights, how anarchy can be avoided by proper stress management techniques, and how you can believe in a god but still be agnostic. (You can believe, but have no true knowledge, of a god existing.)
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