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Reply Mon 5 Apr, 2010 12:14 am
Need I say more? Only the ultimate answers and anything leading to them are interesting to me, and I only have one lifetime to learn them. It's kind of a raw deal in a way.

I see a world full of specialists who learn everything about certain things, but cannot derive meaning from any of it. I think we need more dreamers and true phillosophers... the kind who set out to learn the sum of human knowledge and piece it together. Of course, it's very different nowadays because a lot of human knowledge is pointless.
 
Theaetetus
 
Reply Mon 5 Apr, 2010 12:19 am
@altruist80,
Welcome to the forum! You may find many here that are skeptical of your views, but maybe that will be good for refining your own view point. We are glad you have chosen to stop in, and I wish you a good stay for however long it lasts!
 
jgweed
 
Reply Mon 5 Apr, 2010 08:12 am
@altruist80,
The faster knowledge expands, the more it cries out for understanding to organise it into a comprehensible scheme. It is only philosophy that can attempt to do this.
Welcome to Philforum!
Regards,
John
 
Pepijn Sweep
 
Reply Mon 5 Apr, 2010 11:46 am
@altruist80,
altruist80;148442 wrote:
Need I say more? Only the ultimate answers and anything leading to them are interesting to me, and I only have one lifetime to learn them. It's kind of a raw deal in a way.

I see a world full of specialists who learn everything about certain things, but cannot derive meaning from any of it. I think we need more dreamers and true phillosophers... the kind who set out to learn the sum of human knowledge and piece it together. Of course, it's very different nowadays because a lot of human knowledge is pointless.


Does an altruist survive by mercy ?
80% can cope himself ?

Pepijn Sweep
Magister OX

---------- Post added 04-05-2010 at 10:55 AM ----------

altruist80;148442 wrote:
Need I say more? Only the ultimate answers and anything leading to them are interesting to me, and I only have one lifetime to learn them. It's kind of a raw deal in a way.

I see a world full of specialists who learn everything about certain things, but cannot derive meaning from any of it. I think we need more dreamers and true phillosophers... the kind who set out to learn the sum of human knowledge and piece it together. Of course, it's very different nowadays because a lot of human knowledge is pointless.


Does an altruist survive by mercy ?
80% can cope himself ?

Pepijn Sweep
Magister OX
 
 

 
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