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Is the idea of a "god" inherent in our minds? posted 12 September 2004 in Philosophy DiscussionIs the idea of a "god" inherent in our minds? by AjDeath, Didact

Quote: "eowyn1983":f6pdlgd8
This may not be explanatory in nature but it is still beneficial and useful. It is certainly useful to society in keeping order and negatively to the ruling classes as well as it helps to maintain the status quo (the untouchables in India for ex.). [/quote:f6pdlgd8]Some people might disagree with you on this point. I do, but that is irrelevant .
Quote: "eowyn1983":f6pdlgd8
Having been on a spiritual quest since I was 9 and still hanging in limbo, I'm curious as to how non-spiritual people (right term?) deal with that lack of meaning. If life and the universe is meaningless than what is the point of living and following all of the routines that are set for you? And is that concept of a meaningless universe the same as a belief in a chaotic universe? Or are they different?[/quote:f6pdlgd8]I consider myself to be a spiritual person. In the sense that I try to find the answer for me, within myself.

@Mr. Bakker-I am in the same boat as you, as you might have guessed. view post


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