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  • sorenkierkagaard
    1. Without a reliable body evidence indicating the existence of a substance called the mind at least not by any measurement known to modern scientific
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 23, 2003
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      1. Without a reliable body evidence indicating the existence of
      a substance called the mind at least not by any measurement known to
      modern scientific investigation, can't an individual assume based on
      this phenomenon, a possibility that humans are composed entirely of
      physical substance and entirely at the mercy of physical laws and
      the idea of an unabated free choice is a cleaver mechanism designed
      by nature for the sole purpose of reproduction of the species?
      2. If the mind exists independent of the corporal elements
      called the body then did it exist before birth and if it did why
      can't most people remember it and why is it so malleable by events
      experienced by the individual
      3. Why is the abatement of suffering more important than
      following the laws of nature? If an individual mosquito's life is
      less important than a single human's then why isn't one human's life
      worth more than another's.
      4. If no tension is created then none is relieved. Is pleasure
      possible without the possibility of pain?
      5. At what point if any exists should human suffering be ended
      by the extinction of the entire species?
      6. Is fear of God rational?
      7. Is fear of God biological?
      8. Can a sane individual simultaneously not belief in the
      existence of God and hate Him?
      9. Can a belief correct at this very moment be incorrect in the
      next?
      10. Is any entity free of time?
      11. If yes what existed before time?
      12. If no what existed before time?
      13. Why can humans ponder objects and events that can't
      possibility exist?
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