yamm
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Are there any philosophy books for an intelligent nine-year-old?
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I don't want to generalize, but when i was 9 years old (also a fan of logic) i loved reading fantasy novels. I'm 19 now and i don't claim to have any knowledge on how to bring up a child, but maybe it'...

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Could Secularism or Atheism or materialism be considered a religion?
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Despite the general consensus, atheism insnt a world view or a life mentality. Its simply the rejection of theism. So an Atheist can be pro live, reject the theory of evolution and be against ...

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What is the purpose of life? Why should we live or even be created?
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For me there is no porpouse in live. You basicly live because of evolution. There are no responsibilities that come with live (you 'need' to adopt to your environment: country, family, etc.). So ...

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Does the imperfection of man imply the imperfection of God?
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If god is perfect and everything he creates is right and good and he created humans that are not perfect then that was his intention. Imperfection can't come from perfection. What determines if ...

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What is the difference between knowledge and belief?
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Short Answer: Knowledge: if you are gnostic you know that there is god if you are agnostic you don't know if there is a god Belief: Theist believes in a supernatural being/religion Atheist doesn't ...

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How is this 'implication' valid, about chess for women?
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Honestly I don't understand your problem. But I might as well contribute what I thought about. If you have 20 students and you make 2 random groups and the grade average is significantly higher in ...

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Sleep and Death
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Sleeping is something we do naturally since we were born, and everyone around us does it. After we slept we are fit, feel great and ready for an other day. Death on the other hand comes with the ...

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Can there be two infinite beings?
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If you really want to ask deeps question you should even think about this. Its the same question like: What happens if an unstoppable force hits an immovable object? There never will be a good ...

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Are there real paradoxes?
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Honestly im not sure what you mean by Paradoxes. As i konw it a paradox is a statement that contradicts itself. It doesnt have to be a question of uber human nature. ex: This sentence is wrong. The ...

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Is "mental illness" really a disease, an illness?
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It most definitely isn't a disease. I am diagnosed with dyslexia and I feel like it's a real disorder. I can barely write a sentence without a typo. I don't know what mental disorders/illnesses you ...

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Does God believe in God?
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If god is omniscience he would know how we(he / universe) became and why. What purpose there is in live. What his 'duty' is. If he has to pray or not. All that he would know. But the thing about the ...

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Are there any books about postmodernism being like sophism?
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After using my supreme internet knowledge i found some information about that. More recent work by French theorists such as Jacques Derrida (1981) and Jean Francois-Lyotard (1985) suggests ...

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Equality Awareness (for minorities, LGBT, women, etc.)
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One big problem with the mathematical equal is that the frame is pure logical. An LGBT person can marry as many people as a normal (I want to use this word) person but they don't value it the same ...

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Is there anything that is totally random?
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No. I 'believe' that if you would copy every single atom there is (universe and whatever there is outside/around) and paste it somewhere (like an other directory on you pc^) the same stuff would ...

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