• What's this life for?

    30 answers · 23 hours ago
  • Is evil the source of creativity?

    27 answers · 23 hours ago
  • Is it true that evil the source of creativity?

    I think that boredom is among the greatest "evils" that one can ponder. But is evil the source of creativity? I have a creative mind, but I realize that creativity can also be evil because even though creativity helps solve problems, it also provides evil people with evil ideas.
    I think that boredom is among the greatest "evils" that one can ponder. But is evil the source of creativity? I have a creative mind, but I realize that creativity can also be evil because even though creativity helps solve problems, it also provides evil people with evil ideas.
    17 answers · 23 hours ago
  • Does Nietzsche's following quote still ring true today?

    “That which does not kill us, makes us stronger.”
    “That which does not kill us, makes us stronger.”
    13 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Is life just like a battery?

    88 answers · 5 days ago
  • What do you think of these inspirational quotes I wrote?

    "Fight sadness or become sadness, but never give sadness your life. Happiness is life." "You are a flame. People will put you out, but you will rise higher and burn what is in your way." "Nobody can force me in a cage, I am free. Free to talk when there are words in my mind. Free to be who... show more
    "Fight sadness or become sadness, but never give sadness your life. Happiness is life." "You are a flame. People will put you out, but you will rise higher and burn what is in your way." "Nobody can force me in a cage, I am free. Free to talk when there are words in my mind. Free to be who and where I want to be. If anyone tries to stop my music, I will still be free to sing my own song." "What's thee point of trying to control me? I can eat what food I feel like eating. I can listen to the music my ears want to hear. I can go where my brain tells me to go. If anyone stops me, they are not worth my time."
    8 answers · 5 hours ago
  • Is the following still a good maxim or philosophy?

    If you can't help something just sit back and enjoy it.
    If you can't help something just sit back and enjoy it.
    10 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Like, 500 years ago, why did people hate people who were born before their parents got married?

    Best answer: They didn't hate them. They were trying to protect them. If the parents were married, the child had a better chance in life. So they were very hard on people who made children and weren't responsible for their child. Even today, marriage is a good thing. Marriage before having your child means that you... show more
    Best answer: They didn't hate them. They were trying to protect them. If the parents were married, the child had a better chance in life. So they were very hard on people who made children and weren't responsible for their child.

    Even today, marriage is a good thing. Marriage before having your child means that you thought about the child before you thought about yourself.
    8 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Can we have a purpose even if we don t know or can t define that purpose?

    My purpose is "purpose", nothing more, I have it, I live for that, I work for that, and I feel fulfilled, everything is good. Purpose : the reason for which something is done, I learnt it when I was kid and I thought it was very cool Its weird, but it seemed my brain perceived that objective purpose as... show more
    My purpose is "purpose", nothing more, I have it, I live for that, I work for that, and I feel fulfilled, everything is good. Purpose : the reason for which something is done, I learnt it when I was kid and I thought it was very cool Its weird, but it seemed my brain perceived that objective purpose as my subjective purpose and I ve been living purpose driven life before I knew it. Philosophically, does it count as purpose of life?
    9 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Is it possible to completely not care what people think?

    Because it seems a little difficult for me because for me if we value ourselves we also automatically value other people since they are like ourselves. We are made of matter yet so is everyone else. If we think about matter in this sense do we value other people because we ourselves made of matter value ourselves?
    Because it seems a little difficult for me because for me if we value ourselves we also automatically value other people since they are like ourselves. We are made of matter yet so is everyone else. If we think about matter in this sense do we value other people because we ourselves made of matter value ourselves?
    15 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why Do I like Reading/Writing torture Fanfictions?

    Best answer: Reading graphic scenes like torture is quite addicting due to the shock value. It gives you a thrill and makes your heart pump, like reading an overly descriptive love scene. You get to see people's reactions in situations you'll probably never see in real life. Torture scenes have a lot of emotion and pain... show more
    Best answer: Reading graphic scenes like torture is quite addicting due to the shock value. It gives you a thrill and makes your heart pump, like reading an overly descriptive love scene. You get to see people's reactions in situations you'll probably never see in real life. Torture scenes have a lot of emotion and pain in them, and when a book provokes emotion from a reader, it becomes more appealing.

    I'm not gonna tell you to stop reading stuff like that, but be wary of the effects it can have on your mind if you start to enjoy reading/writing torture too frequently. I hope you can enjoy reading other genres of fanfics.
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why people dislike Nietzsche?

    I like him so much <3 <3 <3 http://www.theperspectivesofnietzsche.co...
    I like him so much <3 <3 <3 http://www.theperspectivesofnietzsche.co...
    6 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Where did plato start his education?

    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Philisophical debate: what defines "eternity"?

    Best answer: Eternity is an abstract concept, kind of like infinity. We humans are limited in space and time. To our minds, everything has a beginning and an end so eternity is somewhat difficult to wrap one's head around.
    Best answer: Eternity is an abstract concept, kind of like infinity. We humans are limited in space and time. To our minds, everything has a beginning and an end so eternity is somewhat difficult to wrap one's head around.
    13 answers · 4 days ago