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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?


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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