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  1. Agnostic Atheists call themselves agnostic...

    Agnostic Atheists call themselves agnostic atheists because there is no evidence for a god... but they're open to a god... atheist means without theist... or lack of god(s) as a conclusion, to make...
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    Re: Free Will vs What "God(s)" Wants

    We are more gentle than god(s)... the question is... do you have to have god(s) in your life? Ask yourself... if you were a good mature god... would you confuse the world with several different...
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    Re: The structure of Reality.

    Reality is real... reality means (etymologically) towards being real... however it takes self-assertion to accept the full picture... it's like accepting evolution... you just have to accept it based...
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    Re: there is no objective reality?!

    If you can't see the big picture... that is... perception, and only find meaning in the pieces of the jigsaw... then I guess you will see it that way.
  5. Re: Morality complexity and civilisation sustainability;

    I don't know is an answer... if you were to ask me (saying we lived nearby); do you know what the time is? And I responded, I don't know but between x-y (hours)... thats an answer... let that answer...
  6. Re: Nihilism - an unhealthy, self-destructive philosophical school?

    that's what you think ;) GET IT? DOUBLE MEANING! xD *chuckles*
  7. Re: Nihilism - an unhealthy, self-destructive philosophical school?

    I agree as well baby!
  8. Re: Nihilism - an unhealthy, self-destructive philosophical school?

    Pejoratives, never the less it doesn't answer why there is no morality... I see more evidence for than against... there are some general facts of life such as the struggle for life and survival of...
  9. Re: Nihilism - an unhealthy, self-destructive philosophical school?

    Does it really matter what anyone thinks who is going to call you a liar at the beginning of the conversation? But not to be too harsh on them, proposing that there is no morality in the world is a...
  10. Re: Nihilism - an unhealthy, self-destructive philosophical school?

    A belief is just a matter of opinion, it usually has no absolute reflection on the natural world, whether the universe has an intrinsic value is beyond anyone's capability of knowing or control, so...
  11. Re: Nihilism - an unhealthy, self-destructive philosophical school?

    Yeap... I've made one plausibility for such a being's existence on a post but I mean if you read further into the conversation it gets there... just if that may interest you, I'd like to hear others...
  12. Re: Nihilism - an unhealthy, self-destructive philosophical school?

    You are claiming there is nothing... there is a scale...

    from Something - to unsure - to nothing... Do you see this? I'm at unsure because something means we have evidence... nothing means we know...
  13. Re: Nihilism - an unhealthy, self-destructive philosophical school?

    To be fair, much of what the nihilists have said have made their arguments debunked...

    enjoyment was the mainstream reason as why nihilists continue life... however don't reasons carry a meaning?...
  14. Re: Morality complexity and civilisation sustainability;

    No problem :thumbsup2

    I'm an agnostic atheist and I think it's an interesting question... I know it's a thesis, but I'd say it actually gives a minor possibility for a god to be true within the...
  15. Re: Morality complexity and civilisation sustainability;

    This is an interesting point raised... but I think it was be unfair to end the discussion so quickly... there are different perspectives as to what god is... that answer covers most from what I know,...
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    I'm wouldn't call myself religious but agnostic, I've spent the time to read all about it and this question in my mind has puzzled me and others points of view interest me on this to expand on my...
  17. Morality complexity and civilisation sustainability;

    Hello everyone and welcome, I have a bizarre point of view to offer in relation to a previous thread titled in relation to "The knowledge of good and evil and the 10 commandments" I'll begin at my...
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