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by Paris_Hangover
May 26th, '08, 04:44
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: Philosophical Discussion
Replies: 130
Views: 24556

What I'm doing is indeed very scientific. Since science is the study of reality, and since what you are doing has nothing to do with studying reality, what you are doing has nothing to do with science. Since philosophy is a science, what you are doing has nothing to do with philosophy either. lies ...
by Paris_Hangover
May 26th, '08, 04:20
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: Philosophical Discussion
Replies: 130
Views: 24556

Mr. AF_1, Are you determined to think of the one situation in the world which might buttress your silly point? Philosophy is a science, and the way you are going about it is certainly not scientific. What you are doing is fanciful and absolutely ungrounded in reality. There are so many problems with...
by Paris_Hangover
May 26th, '08, 03:55
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: The cute girl in your class that you can never talk to...lol
Replies: 24
Views: 8568

I would also ask her is online cheating just as bad as sexual cheating?
by Paris_Hangover
May 26th, '08, 03:51
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: Philosophical Discussion
Replies: 130
Views: 24556

The person in question does not currently have the capacity to act on his knowledge. At this point in time, his knowledge is irrelevant to his ability to live. These assumptions of this example contradict the context into which it was injected.
by Paris_Hangover
May 25th, '08, 21:26
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: Philosophical Discussion
Replies: 130
Views: 24556

Hi neighbor! :-) <b>Britishk wrote:</b> <i>Since truths are necessary for survival, lies will result in pain, suffering, destruction and eventually death.</i> I don't agree that this is the case. Some lies result in social harmony and increased productivity. A society based around a very powerful, ...
by Paris_Hangover
May 25th, '08, 17:05
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: Philosophical Discussion
Replies: 130
Views: 24556

Can we all please grow up? It doesn't matter who started the fight.

I am standing by my earlier statement. I think my view regarding tolerance and polite disagreement is completely warranted.
by Paris_Hangover
May 25th, '08, 16:42
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: What's on your mind right now?
Replies: 417
Views: 103379

I saw HER the other day. I would have preferred that it hadn’t happened. It’s just that sometimes you can’t avoid it. My buddy and I were out enjoying the wonderful Spring day here in my city doing a little window shopping. I turned the corner and there SHE was... Pride would not let me tell HER ho...
by Paris_Hangover
May 23rd, '08, 20:38
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: Philosophical Discussion
Replies: 130
Views: 24556

Dear all, To be fair to dkane75, I want to start this discussion with the articulation of what I believe is a common view in the philosophical community. This view might go something like - there are two schools of thought in contemporary Western philosophy: the analytic tradition following the work...
by Paris_Hangover
May 21st, '08, 19:38
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: Philosophical Discussion
Replies: 130
Views: 24556

Why can't that be done? I do not know. Blame it on politics. http://iidb.infidels.org/vbb/images/smilies/cheeky-smiley-025.gif The species requires that its individuals reproduce themselves. This is a very important fact. Very true. But does this have anything to do with marriage? I have heard the ...
by Paris_Hangover
May 21st, '08, 19:18
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: Philosophical Discussion
Replies: 130
Views: 24556

ok paris...let me try this again....heres the best logical non religious argument that i can come up with against gay marriage...marriage conservatively speaking is used to promote and raise a family.....a family consists of two consenting parents and at least one child....the effects of marriage a...
by Paris_Hangover
May 20th, '08, 18:26
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: Philosophical Discussion
Replies: 130
Views: 24556

Two bad arguments do not add up to one good one. You just have two bad arguments. I am making no arguments. I only state the arguments I have heard. I would never make an argument such as these anyway. Nonsense. There have been many homosexual couples who have stayed together for decades, so we hav...
by Paris_Hangover
May 19th, '08, 21:11
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: Philosophical Discussion
Replies: 130
Views: 24556

Paris_Hangover, To answer your OP. It depends on what the concept of marriage denotes. I agree. There are so many to choose from, though. I wish we could all just pick one. If marriage denotes that two people are a couple and was established to honour that fact then a "couple of gays" would be hono...
by Paris_Hangover
May 19th, '08, 21:05
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: Philosophical Discussion
Replies: 130
Views: 24556

Hi Ms. Paris! :-) Question 1. Is homosexuality (or gay marriage) immoral? Answer. We have learned that all morality is based on sympathy, so we must go back to that. Are homosexual actions between two consenting adults harmful to anyone else? Of course not. Do the participants consider it harmful t...
by Paris_Hangover
May 19th, '08, 18:00
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: Philosophical Discussion
Replies: 130
Views: 24556

Sight. Where is G'boy today? So am I. So am I. But all the reasons you stated in favour of gay marriage don't constitute an argument. If one of you "bros" gave me a valid argument against gay marriage, I would gladly try my best to refute it. If one of you "bros" could give me a valid argument for g...
by Paris_Hangover
May 19th, '08, 17:28
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: Philosophical Discussion
Replies: 130
Views: 24556

Dear G'boy, Here's my philosophical arguments on gay marriage. In the absence of religious compulsion, is it true that gay marriage is wrong? Or can you argue definitively that gay marriage is right? I'm interested in the reasons you would give for or against gay marriage without religion standing b...
by Paris_Hangover
May 19th, '08, 05:51
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: What TURNS you OFF?
Replies: 331
Views: 57405

Three guys on this forum who think they are God's gift to women.
by Paris_Hangover
May 16th, '08, 23:54
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: What's on your mind right now?
Replies: 417
Views: 103379

I can’t escape my love for you. However, sometimes I question your love for me, or your possession of me. :-( Lady, are you crying? do the tears belong to me? Did you think our time together was all gone? Lady, you've been dreaming, I'm as close as I can be. And I swear to you our time has just beg...
by Paris_Hangover
May 16th, '08, 04:52
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: What's on your mind right now?
Replies: 417
Views: 103379

I can’t escape my love for you. However, sometimes I question your love for me, or your possession of me. :-(