EternalPropagation
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Does a priori knowledge exist and can we prove objectivity through it?
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Yes, and yes. Anything subjective must be based on some objective cause that allows for that subjectivity to even exist. Whether or not subjectivity is able to know completely the objective is of no ...

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Can good come from war?
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Yes. Benefits of war: testing your national neighbor's capabilities, using up old depreciating resources, a fiscal policy of spending money that drives an economic boom, an outlet for aggressive ...

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Is there a difference between utilitarianism and consequentialism?
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Google's definition of utilitarianism: "The doctrine that actions are right if they are useful or for the benefit of a majority. The doctrine that an action is right insofar as it promotes happiness, ...

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What is the difference between the words "false" and "untrue"?
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I went to the market where I ate an apple. Did I go to the market? "Yes" = true "No" = false "I ate an apple" = untrue Untrue is equivalent to the expression "that's not even wrong!"

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What was the "almost new domain of dangerous knowledge" in Beyond Good & Evil?
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When he talks about using this dangerous knowledge to sail away from morality, he means morality is just fetters on humans. Psychology, sociology, anthropology, humanities, etc can show us which ...

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