Philosophical Questions To Drop Your Jaw! This is especially true in 7 of the arguments we are going to cover here which are no less impressive than dropping your jaws and leave you thinking about the answers.
The human mind is intriguing and works in all sorts of ways and manner, which is why it questions what it sees and most of us end up giving and discovering vague answers without checking out or diving into the depths of our own opinions. This dive is capable enough to leave us thinking that whether all that we know is true or since all that we know is all that we know and therefore considered that to be the truth?
So without Further Ado,
- Freewill vs Determinism
- Nature vs Nurture
- Does an Ideal Government Exist?
- Is death a new beginning?
- What are the limits of having freedom?
- Is there a possibility of dreams and their association with the unforeseen future?
- Is there a possibility, if yes, then how to know that there’s life after death?
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Freewill vs Determinism:
For example, you are wearing a red T-shirt right now, the question is why? Although you can simply answer it by saying “Because I feel like so, dumb!” Not so fast. This is just the beginning of the argument. Why do you like the red color? Is there a marvelous childhood event in which red is a prominent color and now subconsciously remembering it, whenever you feel good and happy, you can’t help but reach out for the red color? If this is the case, then do you really have the free will to choose anything from your shirt and even your career?
Nature Vs Nurture:
Let’s think for a moment that you’re intelligent. What made you so? Were you born intelligent or did you gain it by experience, making mistakes? So basically are you born intelligent or is it that you gained it all from the environment? One of the views presented in this argument is one of the most popular ones and perhaps, even that terminology “Tabula Rasa” which means “Blank Slate”.
Does Ideal Government Exist?
First of all, the Community of Philosophers would like you to describe “Ideal” & “Government” and then proceed forward.
When you move forward, you would have to tackle critical views along the way which also includes the pessimistic approach of Socrates and severe hatred of democracy based on the birthright as he considered voting a skill, and just like any other skill, this should be learned. Therefore, one should learn this skill to vote.
Commonly, people derive a conclusion from this approach that Socrates is trying to suggest that only a learned few should be let near a vote. This is not the case, nowhere did he mentioned that this skill should be learned by “the few” people.
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Is death a new beginning?
This is a reality which most tend to ignore, and the answer to this question can also solve the problem of one of the other questions posed by t eh philosophy that seeks to discover the purpose of this life.
But here, you can clearly distinguish between theologians and atheists. Theologians incline towards the view that there is indeed life after death. They hold such a view because there are 4 famous religions that support this idea, each in a different manner.
Christian Theologians and Jews alike hold an opinion that there is in fact life after death and it barely satisfies the question of death being a new beginning. But, single-handedly the most strong argument is put forth by Islam which satisfies this question completely. The argument states that the nature of deeds done here will determine the life in the hereafter and everyone will be held responsible. This is in addition to the life after death. There is more detail to it which completely satisfies the essence of this question.
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Here, the difficulty increases.
What are the limits of having freedom?
A patriot on an independence day of his country was filled with happiness and joy that 40 years ago today, his country gained independence. He was so filled with happiness and joy that he was walking down the street chanting “freedom! Freedom!” as he danced along the way he accidentally threw his hand as a dance move that soon turned into a punch which got delivered to his fellow participant in nationality.
All that the stranger said angrily was “Your freedom ends where my nose begins”. This raises a strong question of what are the limits of having freedom? Does free speech allow you to verbally hurt other people?
Is there a possibility of dreams and their association with the unforeseen future?
It can be easy to say that one was determined to do what he saw earlier in his or her dream. But, it raises a question. Only he was determined to do what he did. But how come other people wore the same clothes in reality that was seen in the dream?
Is there a possibility, if yes, then how to know that there’s life after death?
This question is an anchor. It takes us back to the argument between the Theists and Atheists which hold a different opinion about the entire existence. However, from the Theist’s perspective which is comparably stronger. Moreover, it’s in alignment with their view of the entire existence. They say that to know about life after death is a new beginning, there’s one way to know about it. which suggests that we refer back to the words sent down by The Almighty for the guide of Humanity.
It puts down a responsibility on our shoulders to read and see with an open mind. Compare the scriptures claimed to be of God. Then compare which ones align with modern-day science and art comparably, and then research deep into the subject. This will make you aware of only one side of the argument when you will e able to see both sides of the argument critically.