@ninadabit thanks. We do get into some really great discussions that tend to wander a little. We'll have a round II soon in sure and we can hopefully take your points to heart and really hammer down on the morality question much more.
Lol, that was a good one. I'm definitely down for round two on this topic.
I think you were saying we should do this topic again or every Saturday night. Either would be fun haha
We could hold the Saturday Night Sunshine Summer Discussion
@jacksonk thanks, Jackson. Your number point is also a very strong one I've heard argued by Dr Fernandes. How do ideas that do not exist in reality, such as infinite, 0 or negative numbers, exist in the mind unless they exist in an infinite mind outside the natural world? Thanks for the comments.
What does @alot_like_locke think of this debate?
@nellyj @alot_like_locke @behind_the_veil_of_ignorance Why does it feel that you are like the 3 Musketeers of Philosophy & Economics????
I call it a draw, great discussion from you two. I would like to see Joel talk more about terror management theory more so than Jungian archetypes. Nelson, love the bit about Nietzche, you are absolutely right about that, but try to drive home less about his atheism and more more on his being correct about letting go of a transcedental moral value as being the single worst thing to happen in our society.
@alot_like_locke agree. Nietzsche was brilliantly yet unfortunately so prophetic