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Skjult ID med pseudonym eudaimonia lø. 20 mars 12:43

In the Hellenistic period, the Cynic philosophers said that the purpose of life is living a life of Virtue that agrees with Nature. Happiness depends upon being self-sufficient and master of one's mental attitude; suffering is consequence of false judgments of value, which cause negative emotions and a concomitant vicious character.

The Cynical life rejects conventional desires for wealth, power, health, and fame, by being free of the possessions acquired in pursuing the conventional.] As reasoning creatures, people could achieve happiness via rigorous training, by living in a way natural to human beings. The world equally belongs to everyone, so suffering is caused by false judgments of what is valuable and what is worthless per the customs and conventions of society.

Skjult ID med pseudonym eudaimonia lø. 20 mars 12:46

Epicurus: Combined, freedom from pain and freedom from fear are happiness in its highest form.

Skjult ID med pseudonym eudaimonia lø. 20 mars 12:54

The French philosopher Albert Camus asserts that the absurdity of the human condition is that people search for external values and meaning in a world which has none, and is indifferent to them.
Camus writes of value-nihilists such as Meursault, but also of values in a nihilistic world, that people can instead strive to be "heroic nihilists", living with dignity in the face of absurdity, living with "secular saintliness", fraternal solidarity, and rebelling against and transcending the world's indifference

Skjult ID med pseudonym eudaimonia lø. 20 mars 13:05

Søren Kierkegaard coined the term "leap of faith", arguing that life is full of absurdity, and one must make his and her own values in an indifferent world. One can live meaningfully (free of despair and anxiety) in an unconditional commitment to something finite.

Skjult ID med pseudonym eudaimonia lø. 20 mars 13:10

For Friedrich Nietzsche, life is worth living only if there are goals inspiring one to live. Accordingly, he saw nihilism ("all that happens is meaningless") as without goals.

Skjult ID med pseudonym chandler77 lø. 20 mars 13:15

Ja, det e flott det.

Skjult ID med pseudonym Driver lø. 20 mars 13:18

Ja, og det finnes mange flere. Og du kan ikke tro på alle

Skjult ID med pseudonym eudaimonia lø. 20 mars 13:18

forsvinn om det plager dere :)

Skjult ID med pseudonym Driver lø. 20 mars 13:21

Ok. Best du får ha visdommen for deg selv

Skjult ID med pseudonym eudaimonia lø. 20 mars 13:28

Humanists promote enlightened self-interest and the common good for all people. The happiness of the individual person is inextricably linked to the well-being of humanity, as a whole, in part, because we are social animals, who find meaning in personal relations, and because cultural progress benefits everybody living in the culture.

Skjult ID med pseudonym eudaimonia lø. 20 mars 13:36

From a humanistic-psychotherapeutic point of view, the question of the meaning of life could also be reinterpreted as "What is the meaning of my life?
There are many therapeutic responses to this question, for example Viktor Frankl argues for "Dereflection", which largely translates as ceasing to endlessly reflect on the self, instead of engaging in life. On the whole, the therapeutic response is that the question of meaning of life evaporates if one is fully engaged in life.

Skjult ID med pseudonym eudaimonia lø. 20 mars 13:41

Logical positivitism:
The things (people, events) in the life of a person can have meaning (importance) as parts of a whole, but a discrete meaning of (the) life, itself, aside from those things, cannot be discerned. A person's life has meaning (for himself, others) as the life events resulting from his achievements, legacy, family, et cetera, but, to say that life, itself, has meaning, is a misuse of language, since any note of significance, or of consequence, is relevant only in life (to the living), so rendering the statement erroneous. Bertrand Russell wrote that although he found that his distaste for torture was not like his distaste for broccoli, he found no satisfactory, empirical method of proving this

Skjult ID med pseudonym eudaimonia lø. 20 mars 13:50

According to Instinctivism, the ultimate meaning of life is to seek the fulfillment of the human instincts. Instinctists believes that all actions in life are results of instincts and in particular reproductive needs. Instinctivism demonstrates how the existence of human individual being the result of reproduction instinctly lead human to achieve the reproduction goal in a cycle. Instantism emphasizes that when people think critically, they shall realize the ultimate goal for every actions they do is to attract the opposite sex.

Der vl jeg tro at assante er enig ;)

Skjult ID med pseudonym eudaimonia lø. 20 mars 13:57

In Douglas Adams' popular comedy book series The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, the Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything has the numeric solution of 42, which was derived over seven and a half million years by a giant supercomputer called Deep Thought. After much confusion from the descendants of his creators, Deep Thought explains that the problem is that they do not know the Ultimate Question, and they would have to build an even more powerful computer to determine what that is. This computer is revealed to be Earth, which, after 10 million years of calculating, is destroyed to make way for a galactic bypass five minutes before it finishes calculations.[5][7][11][125] In Life, the Universe and Everything, it is confirmed that 42 is indeed the Ultimate Answer, and that it is impossible for both the Ultimate Answer and the Ultimate Question to be known about in the same universe, as they will cancel each other out and take the universe with them, to be replaced by something even more bizarre, (one character, Prak, suggests that this may have already happened).[126] Subsequently, in the hopes that his subconscious holds the question, Arthur Dent guesses at a question, coming up with "What do you get when you multiply six by nine?", probably an incorrect guess, as the arrival of the Golgafrinchans on prehistoric Earth would have disrupted the computation process.[127] However, Dent, Fenchurch, and a dying Marvin did see God's final message to his creation: "We apologise for the inconvenience".[

Skjult ID med pseudonym eudaimonia lø. 20 mars 13:57


Skjult ID med pseudonym Nordmann lø. 20 mars 14:00

Kan du legge ut en norsk versjon?

Skjult ID med pseudonym eudaimonia lø. 20 mars 14:01

Det kan jeg faktisk, men det skader ikke å øve seg i engelsk ;)

Skjult ID med pseudonym chillpill lø. 20 mars 14:25

hallelujah og takk gud for at du er ferdig!

Skjult ID med pseudonym eudaimonia lø. 20 mars 14:26

Hadde du faktisk lest det, eller eventuelt forstått det som står, så hadde du heller takket for at jeg skrev det.

Skjult ID med pseudonym Tulla lø. 20 mars 15:43

Heia, kjenner jeg deg C?

Skjult ID med pseudonym Psyko lø. 20 mars 16:41

Har noen spesi bøker i hylla jeg også...

(mann 54 år fra Nordland) lø. 20 mars 22:26 Privat melding

to be is to do
- plinas the elder

to do is to be

- erich fromm

do be do be do be doooooo

- sinatra