Read up on absurdism, I think you'll find it interesting.
Edited by Tartan 118: 5/18/2017 12:38:35 PMSo I found it on Wikipedia and have some disagreements: [quote]the efforts of humanity to find inherent meaning will ultimately fail (and hence are absurd) because the sheer amount of information as well as the vast realm of the unknown make total certainty impossible.[/quote] This is not what I said and not what I believe. Impractical and almost pointless questions about epistemology aside, we very well know a great number of things with absolute certainty. They are the stepping stones towards our happiness, but they also make clear that there is no joy in looking for connections where there is no evidence for them. I have another point, but I have to go for a bit.
Edited by Tartan 118: 5/15/2017 5:59:43 PMNoted.
Edited by Tartan 118: 5/18/2017 12:34:43 PMThanks for the reminder. :D Looking at it now.