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Posted by Tomislav Strelar on January 29, 1999 17:18:44 UTC
I must say I like your philosophic approach to this matter. It's pretty much pure and clear as you stated.
However, I would like to add few things in a hope for further discussion. So, here goes.
Science tells us how. Philosophy tells us why.
you said: : Question. : Why this all, exist? : Answer : No answer
That is a good startpoint.
But what would you say if I try to answer your question like this:
If all of this don't exist like it exists, we wouldn't be here to ask questions like why it exists.
So it exists because we exist and vice versa.
Most of the time I look at philosophic matter like such from an anthropocentric point of view. This usually helps me to clear my mind for more scientific approach which tells us how.
But in this case I would like to get philosophic. So I would appreaciate more of your philosophic thoughts about this.
P.S. There's something wrong with my e-mail, so i can't read mail or send it.
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