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I was just marathoning 8-bit philosophy, and I have to say it’s really awesome. Although each video is a VERY abridged summarization of like one concept of one book from certain philosophers, it’s really thought provoking.
Soren Kierkegaard basically said reason doesn’t add meaning to life, and you need passion and to look inward. You can choose to be objective and make all of your decisions based on logic, but there’s subjectivity in that choice. Reason does help when making decisions, but it doesn’t make the final choice for you, you yourself make the the choice. You shouldn’t disregard logic, but it does leave a deficit in the humanistic aspect of life.
But then there’s the comment section because this is the internet. The video on Kierkegaard’s critiquing on reason was interesting, but of course you got to have Smarter-Than-Thou atheists all up on a Christian philosophers gnads. I don’t have any preference when it comes to religion, but I found it ironic as shit that atheists fall into the same traps as certain religious zealots.
Okay, no one in this modern age isn’t aware of the faults of religion, that’s like one of the big things in my generation. But if you worship science as the one infallible truth that can disprove everything and not as system which describes the universe so we can attain a better understand of what’s around us, I think you might be a prick. And you choose to be a prick, through the use of rationality. Which, if isn’t true, might actually mean a marriage to uniform logic shows a lack of free will.
when you revive someone in a jrpg and the boss kills them on the same turn that you revived them