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The Philosopher's Thread
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Emcee:  koan Type:  Moderated
I have looked far and wide on SI for a serious philosophy thread. Having found none, I decided to start my own, just in case there is one other person out there who has infinite curiosity about their existence.

If you do not believe in evolution, this thread is not for you. If you are not a liberal, this thread is probably not for you.

Knowledge is expanding at the speed of light and this thread is for trying to surf that wave of knowledge to try and keep up with new discoveries and ideas, in science, Existentialism, Phenomonology, Quantum physics and whatever else possibly exists in the universe.
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71youtube.comkoan-4/7/2013
70youtube.com This explains the edge of knowledge very well. And tells us how muckoan-1/13/2013
69The foundation of existentialism and Zen is a certain amount of base knowledge. koan-7/17/2011
68Dream on. Reality? You don't know the first thing bout being human. Go play denizen48-7/15/2011
67I just don't know. I am just trying to apply science and logic.koan-7/1/2011
66<i>Why god? IMO, that is a human creation</i> Why not God? We willHawkmoon-6/30/2011
65The whole idea of a god makes no sense to me. Why god? IMO, that is a human creakoan-6/30/2011
64<i>Gods make no sense except to very uneducated people</i> Define &Hawkmoon-6/30/2011
63<<I would answer the same as they answer me.. If a extra-dimensional entitkoan-6/30/2011
62There's a place for rules for living a good life period, we don't have tBrumar8916/30/2011
61<i>Maybe those priests were very wise or maybe the rules come from the beiHawkmoon-6/30/2011
60<i>Man-made rules created by the "priesthood" elite. These rulesBrumar89-6/30/2011
59I think "vacuum fluxuation" is meaningless jargon. <I>Two any gBrumar89-6/30/2011
58<i>One, a god would be a more complex entity than what it created. So who Hawkmoon-6/30/2011
57<<And if we can theorize about extra-dimensions, then why can't we thekoan-6/30/2011
56<i>quantum physics seems to have salient communication?</i> How canHawkmoon16/30/2011
55Reality is probably something like that. quantum physics seems to have salient ckoan-6/30/2011
54<i>Those are just my ideas. I don't have any other feelings about themHawkmoon16/29/2011
53What is our reality? From our human perspective, our reality is both based uponHawkmoon-6/29/2011
52<i> Religion and faith in God do not mix</i> Finally got around to Hawkmoon-6/29/2011
51G.K. Chesterton quotes "The way to love anything is to realize that it mayaverage joe16/13/2011
50I mean Koan...average joe-6/13/2011
49You're so stupid Kant... A teacher has his teachers. Strauss was a student average joe-6/12/2011
48If you look at the world. The most civilized societies are always the most educakoan-6/12/2011
47Weapons always beat brains, it seems. Back then too, the Spartans, and then the denizen48-6/12/2011
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