Meta-existentialism: "Purpose" Is Objectively Subjective, and Subjectively Independent.

Meta-existentialism: "Purpose" Is Objectively Subjective, and Subjectively Independent.
So a lot of people in the world are concerned about existence, and meaning, and purpose in life. The existential nihilist would claim that existence is ultimately pointless, and that none of us are truly meaningful or important, and that the universe is going to die anyway - which leads, sometimes, to ethical nihilism, amongst other things.

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Internet Philosophy

Internet Philosophy
Many people online, especially on YouTube, like to describe themselves as "rationalists." This is prevalent in atheist communities, and with regards to "YouTube atheism," people generally shitpost and throw emotionally charged arguments out there, with little to no rigorous philosophical work done.

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Why Don't We Have Wizard Duels?

Why Don't We Have Wizard Duels?
If you've ever read the Harry Potter books or, like me, only seen the movies (I can't help it - I was born a muggle and I'll die a muggle), you were probably fascinated by the wizard duels such as the one between Harry and Voldemort, or others throughout the movies and books. The movies themselves have great special effects - however, did you know that according to the Bible, wizard duels are real?

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Ben Shapiro: Free Will Exists Because Politics

Ben Shapiro: Free Will Exists Because Politics
Some of you may have heard of Ben Shapiro, a relatively new but interesting and witty conservative political commentator and lawyer who is the Editor-In-Chief of the Daily Wire, and host of the Ben Shapiro Show. Let's look at a video, then dissect Shapiro's arguments, shall we?

The video is here:

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Omar Khayyam's Poems

Omar Khayyam's Poems
Recently at the book store, I picked up a copy of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, a lovely collection of quatrain poems by the 11th century Persian poet and philosopher, Omar Khayyam.

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