Profile of darthbarracuda
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Interests: I enjoy astronomy, cognitive science, engineering, history, and most of all, philosophy.
Biography: I enjoy astronomy, cognitive science, engineering, history, and most of all, philosophy.
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Last seen: Mar 25, 2017 - 1:29 PM
Registration Date: Dec 09, 2014
Topics Submitted: 170 topics
Total Posts: 1064 (1 per day)
Replies Received: 3645
Total Time Online: 14 days, 15 hours and 30 minutes
Most recent topics:
- Intuitions about harms and benefits
- Would an un-born fetus wish to live?
- Is philosophy truth-conducive?
- Why does God cause anguish?
- Post Reported: pseudophilosophy in Metaphysics and Epistemology
Most recent posts:
- You were not consistent with your application of this, though.
- "Inventory" questions are ontological questions, and are indeed metaphysical questions, but do not exhaust the extent of metaphysical inquiry.
- Metaphysics is the most general attempt to make sense of things. While the special sciences focus on one portion of the world (or even the world as co...
- If we knew everything, we would probably see a massive spike in aesthetic appreciation, hedonism, and suicide rates.
- darthbarracuda, of course! (I beat hanover to it this time! ) In all seriousness though I'd probably pick Schopenhauer, Nietzsche and Zapffe as ...
Most recent shouts:
- darthbarracuda [May 29, 2016 - 9:54 PM]: I love philosophy, but I don't know how good I am at it.
- darthbarracuda [May 25, 2016 - 6:12 PM]: A philosophy can be like an addictive substance. The more you dive into it, the more you become entrenched in its parameters and the harder it is to let go and start over again.
- darthbarracuda [May 20, 2016 - 11:53 PM]: Ah, the disagree button. What a novel invention. You can anonymously tarnish a post without explaining why you did so. Cause that makes sense.
- darthbarracuda [Apr 13, 2016 - 3:26 PM]: Glitch in the matrix
- darthbarracuda [Apr 9, 2016 - 10:40 PM]: There seems to be a disproportionately large amount of Arthur Eddington quotes