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30 Days Of Thought On The Wall

To kill, or not to kill?

Gert

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Yes.

Peace.
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Happiness

31 Days Of Thought On The Wall

So, another logically sound story. What does this test, Baggini?

Gert

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This thought experiment was a surprise.

Peace.
✌️

Happiness

34 Days Of Thought On The Wall

Source: The poppadom paradox from The Pig Who Wanted To Be Eaten by Julian Baggini

As life-transforming events go, the arrival of poppadoms at the table hardly counts as the most dramatic. 625 more words

Happiness

39 Days Of Thought On The Wall

Source: Discourse on Method by René Descartes (1637), Schriften und Briefe by G.C. Lichtenberg (Carl Hanser Verlag, 1971)
I think, therefore? from The Pig Who Wanted To Be Eaten by Julian Baggini… 464 more words

Happiness

41 Days Of Thought On The Wall

Source: Do as I say, not as I do from The Pig Who Wanted To Be Eaten by Julian Baggini

Irena Janus was preparing her presentation on the impact of flying on global warming. 592 more words

Happiness

46 Days Of Thought On The Wall

Source: The Skeptical Environmentalist by Bjorn Lomborg (Cambridge University press, 2001)

Sustainable development from The Pig Who Wanted To Be Eaten by Julian Baggini

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Reasoning

49 Days Of Thought On The Wall

Source: Part four of Reasons and Persons by Derek Parfit (Oxford University Press, 1984)

More or less from The Pig Who Wanted To Be Eaten by Julian Baggini… 559 more words

Reasoning