Category Archives: Philosophy

Zat – rationality and joy

Zat Rana – The Rationalist’s Paradox: How to Not Cheat Yourself Out of Life’s Joys Hi Zat, Align with your general thesis, and it seems to me reasonably clear why we cannot ever rationalize anything completely. If you do the … Continue reading

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Islamophobia

I Grew Up as a Muslim in New Zealand. I Want You to Know I Belong. You belong. One didn’t need to be of a different race or culture to get a hard time growing up, just being different is … Continue reading

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Quora Morality

Quora – Can moral be equated to what does not hinder or hurt other life, and what is immoral equated to what does? Kind of in part, and it seems to be deeply more complex than that. It seems that … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Christchurch Shooting

On my facebook page – in response to the Christchurch Mosque shootings The insanity in Christchurch is hard to come to terms with. For me, life is the highest value, liberty come after that. Valuing life first means that we … Continue reading

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Philosophers and scientists

Are philosophers realy scientists? Where do we draw the line? Depends how one interprets the question. A philosopher who is true to the name is a lover of wisdom. Wisdom is that quality of judging accurately in matters relating to … Continue reading

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Truth or Nihilism???

FOLogic – Post by Zee Zee – Heisenberge “What we observe is not nature itself, but nature exposed to our method of questioning” It isn’t a simple binary – Truth or Nihilism. What we are finding in practice as we … Continue reading

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Liberalism continued

Foundations of Logic – Liberalism continued Dirk asked, then what do we do. Hi Dirk, The evidence on that is clear. To the greatest extent possible, try multiple “safe to fail” experiments. In all systems, have as much replication and … Continue reading

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