Tell the world. Don’t be shy. Yes, we’re used to piggy-backing off the famous philosophers, and that’s why I came up with this prompt. Those well-versed in philosophy will appreciate a grassroots approach, even those who spend every waking hour thinking about the transcendental unity of apperception, believe it or not. No need to read everything everyone’s ever said about anything. Just say what YOU think. So rarely do we get a platform for original philosophical thought. Well, this is it.
No need to answer these any or all of these questions, but I thought they might help stimulate things:
How do you weigh in on the free will/fate debate?
How do you determine right from wrong?
Are you a rationalist or empiricist or both? (If you don’t know these terms, don’t worry about it. Or just Google ‘em.)
How would you solve the mind/body problem? (Clue: You can reduce things to one or the other, or…actually solve the problem. Good luck.)
Does God exist?
If God exists, does that mean there is life after death?
What is a soul? Does it exist?
Do dogs have souls?
What about parameciums?
What is Justice?
What is Love?
What is happiness?
What is courage?
Does happiness factor into ethics? (In other words, does being a good person mean being a happy person?)
What is the purpose of art?
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