PHILOSOPHY

The Meaning Of Life

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We want (try) to “make sense” of everything around us.

it’s misguided to look for meaning in everything, but very human. Its a side effect of our “advanced reasoning capacity”.

Certain things have meaning (coded and decodable constructs which are specifically designed to signify other things). Words, are the prime example.

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”The universe is infinite, so we can always learn more and yet never lessen the magic.”

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