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Lily:
What about questions that have existential meaning?
How do you propose to explore an existential question in a way that allows two different people to reach an agreement on the answer?

What's the meaning of life? We don't know. What's the meaning of my life? Maybe I know, or not, but I submit that you cannot know, just like I cannot pretend to know what the meaning of your life is, unless you tell me and I take you at face value. And even then, your meaning may not apply to me. So, what would be the point of asking about the meaning of life?

Lily:

When you consider findings outside your own science relevant, you should also consider methods revolving around them relevant. Not?
But relevant to what?

The brainless should not be in banking. — Willem Buitler
by Migeru (migeru at eurotrib dot com) on Wed Jun 3rd, 2009 at 07:22:46 AM EST
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