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Mortification at the existential angst point allows man the freedom to see the true absurdity and to then eiter be depressed and give up or to take true joy in self determination as it really is all quite absurd, and to then be self directed and free."It is almost impossible for the human to see the universe as abstract, without beginning or end." NOTArt and maths do it all the time Whats Infinity plus one. Pi has captured and revolutionized human perception of the universe in ways very profound, example being that its string of infinite places after the point are neither proven to be random or ordered. Revising aspects of Kant's philosophy in terms of cognitive studies, Eco ponders how we identify the things around us and argues that meaning in the world is ultimately contractual and negotiable.
Of course I could have given up my idea of justice by saying it was nothing but a private idea of my own," he concludes. Serendipityinteresting point...not really the scope of the discussion of Camus and Absurdism and the wonderful world of Philosophy and the ability to think***A pointed view point and proselytizing would be best addressed to a thread or blog on god, atheism etc Live exports to Egypt suspended Wrong But Funny European Summer The Plague Haute Cuisine The Good Life Lilyhammer Courage. Matchmaker Russian Gulag Potato films waiting to happen Napule e vale Chrissy If I said....
Everything has to have a reason and be part of a larger correlation to the human existence.
It is almost impossible for the human to see the universe as abstract, without beginning or end.
"But if I did that, then my argument against God collapsed too-for the argument depended on saying that the world was really unjust, not simply that it did not happen to please my private fancies." Thus, "in the very act of trying to prove that God did not exist-in other words, that the whole of reality was senseless-I found to assume that one part of reality-namely my idea of justice-was full of sense" (Surprised by Joy, C. Lewis 45,46)."The unexamined life is not worth living." I agree! Go New Zealand Gotta love Leunig Rust and Bone Would YOU like to post a blog on Connecting Singles?
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