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Good and Bad-What is the difference?

 
 
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Reply Wed 23 Mar, 2022 11:36 pm
@Real Music,
My point is Crystal clear I said,

“IF”

IF good is bad and bad is good then good IS good and bad IS bad.

I’m not sure how to explain it further.
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Reply Thu 24 Mar, 2022 12:04 am
@izzythepush,
You are right izzy…..

It’s “closed loop” reasonings or as I call it “hamsters wheel” reasoning.

You do indeed need to step off.

Neither side wins because neither side of the debate can win the debate unless they have definitive proof and nether side has that definitive proof.

So what’s left?

Possibility assertions, that’s all.

1.Bad is Bad
2.Bad is Good
3.Good is Bad
4.Good is Good.

So, IF good is bad and bad is good then good is good and bad is bad.

The fundamental issue is that if you only utilise 0,1..1,0 logic to reach your nihilistic philosophical stance then it is crystal clear that you are UNAWARE that you have overlooked 0,0…1,1 possibility logic because good and bad might not be the same.

An easy philosophical mistake to make.

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Reply Thu 24 Mar, 2022 12:31 am
@Jasper10,
The AUTOPILOT part of our make up utilises full logic even if we don’t.
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Reply Thu 24 Mar, 2022 01:42 pm
@Jasper10,
So as no definite proof is provided one way or the other as to whether good is bad or not…..I’ll toss a coin with you Real Music…..Heads or Tails?

It’s 50/50 my friend….hence why you have to consider all 4 off logic possibilities in one’s assertions.

Nature adopts the same principles with the 4 off magnetic combination interactions of -/-….-/+…+/-….+/+

All sciences are interconnected.



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Reply Sat 26 Mar, 2022 12:47 am
@Jasper10,
You see the biggest mistake most make in philosophy is to only adopt half logic in order to reach what they believe to be the Nihilistic nullification.

This is called either “positive” or “negative” nihilism because the individual will have reached these positions based upon a belief system rather than facts.

True philosophy couldn’t care less about belief systems.

It covers all possible scenarios.i.e. 0,0…0,1…1,0…1,1 logic combinations.





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Reply Sun 27 Mar, 2022 01:51 am
@Jasper10,
It’s true…you CAN’T still have an opinion beyond true nihilism which is based upon a belief system that you can’t prove.Belief systems should cancel out as well with true nihilistic principles.

Until you have definitive proof, your belief system will be right or wrong.

As you do not know with 100% certainty whether your belief system is right or wrong and you do not have sole rights to belief systems even if you think you do.

You are no more than a positive or negative nihilist .

Or to put it bluntly a FAKE nihilist.
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