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Philosophical fun
« on: March 29, 2014, 05:15:53 AM »

Philosophy + fun

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(The image of NOTHING. That's it: no light, no air, no women, no stars and even no internet!)
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« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2014, 05:40:42 AM »
  I'd like to add some information about it.
1. Well, it's fun, i.e. humorous, but the humorous way of representation of something is not necessary stupid. This is the question -- what is the nothing(or "nothingness", "non-entity", "non-existence") exactly, how we may think about it, how we can imagine it, how we can "construct" it as a concept. It's interesting for the philosophy and for the psychology, as well, for sure. I think that it may be and it is interesting for many other science, art, etc. fields, for example -- the maths.
2. Please, don't think that I'm a m@r@n, because, in fact, I got Master's degree in a famous European university and I'm an educated philosopher (from South-East Europe), who is living now in Asia, i.e. I'm living abroad, which shows to all of you, dear readers, I hope, that I'm also an adaptive person and my IQ/EQ are not really bad. :)
 I dislike to read rude off-topics, they're not creative, usually. Try to post something useful, when you wish to. We have to be good persons, not evil, and we should support each other. Let's be friends! :)

Don't be angry, I'm friendly!

And more useful information:
- darkness and blackness are not 100% the same.
- Nothingness is a serious subject worthy of research: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nothing
A fan of science, philosophy and so on. :)

 

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