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Philosophy

Asked by Kc

What does Nietzsche mean when he says: I love him who chastises his God because he loves his God: for he must perish by the anger of his God.

An excellent question! Nietzsche here I believe is talking to ancient Hebrew sceptics who cited suffering as a reason God could not exist. This passage simply explains that actions are not without consequence. God is forgiving, but we are his children and he will discipline us as a parent. These painful consequences are supposed to turn us away from sin and towards the faith. This can apply to man... more

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What are some strengths and weaknesses of the free will defence?

Hopefully I have understood your question. So the question you are asking is 'Do we have free will?' The main idea that springs to my mind for a reason why we shouldn't believe we process free will is the idea of God. A believe in God implies that you life is predetermined and as such you do no process free will. The argument follows that by the definition of God, God is all-knowing. So if God kn... more

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What’s the best way to be successful in life

The best way to be successful in life is to find a job that you enjoy and work hard at that job therefore it’s a job that you will be satisfied with when you wake up every morning. There’s no point forcing yourself to do a job that you’re not happy with because it will end up straining you and leaving you overall unhappy

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How can Filipino values such as utang na loob promote or hinder freedom

Utang na loob is a Filipino cultural trait which, when translated literally, means "a debt of one's inner self'. A debt of good will is incurred when a person becomes the beneficiary of significant assistance or favour given by another. Usually, the beneficiary is in acute need of the assistance given or favour granted. Pros: 1. It encourages us to do good deeds to each other. 2. Encourages ca... more

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Asked by Bea

The moment you say no to tyranny you are beginning the struggle the long lonely road to freedom

To assume that is true one would have to assume that a path to freedom is desirable and therefore a goal to pursue. Also to assume that the logical step away from tyranny is the long lonely road to freedom is a vast assumption in itself. Freedom doesn’t necessarily mean saying no to tyranny more to saying yes to the things that constitute freedom

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God is not all loving because people suffer explain this statement

Christians believe that God is omnibenevolent (meaning all-loving)and loves everyone unconditionally, they also believe he is omniscient (meaning he is all knowing) therefore all-powerful. As we see the pain and suffering happening around the world it becomes harder for people to believe that God is all loving. This is because if he was omnibenevolent and omniscient then why did he create a worl... more

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How can filipino values suck as “utang na loob” promote or hinder freedom?

Utang na loob is a Filipino cultural trait which, when translated literally, means "a debt of one's inner self'. A debt of good will is incurred when a person becomes the beneficiary of significant assistance or favour given by another. Usually, the beneficiary is in acute need of the assistance given or favour granted. Pros: 1. It encourages us to do good deeds to each other. 2. Encourages ca... more

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How can Filipino values such as "utang na loob" promote or hinder freedom?

Utang na loob is a Filipino cultural trait which, when translated literally, means "a debt of one's inner self'. A debt of good will is incurred when a person becomes the beneficiary of significant assistance or favour given by another. Usually, the beneficiary is in acute need of the assistance given or favour granted. Pros: 1. It encourages us to do good deeds to each other. 2. Encourages ca... more

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