Is the philosophical mind dead? If it is not then there is, incorporated in the very life, an obvious, open and impartial way to search for the truth, the truth of human life and that of human being. If such philosophical mind is not dead, in fact is livelier than most things, then it certainly is part of human life that is, and in that, a part most central. We see in the conclusion of this argument that if there is such entity, that we quite freely call human life, and that entity allows within its sanctums the existence and the nurturing of such mind as is the one constantly in search for the truth, then however ‘fake’ life may appear it is not unreal.
Life is but a path, a path that leads up to some destination, that the compass of a truth-seeking mind resiliently and constantly points to. Doubt is the element that on the other hand constantly tries and tests our faith in life, our very purpose of being in existence, but in the process only strengthens it. We just need to hold on to life and keep being alive in the mind, without giving up, without dying of hopelessness or fear. A path is not the destination, but a way to lead up to it. And for a faithful traveller the path of life is but the destination unfolding, just as every bit of the world for an honest truth-seeking mind is a revelation into the truth.