Philosophy with Onbester

If suicide and the commitment to live are equally insufficient answers to the meaninglessness of life, then suicide is just as understandable an option as living if someone simply does not like life.

(This is a discussion about suicide, not a plea for help.) The impossibility to prove the existence of an objective meaning of life is observed in many disciplines, as any effort to create any kind of objective meaning ultimately leads to a self-referential paradox. It has been observed that an appropriate response to life's meaninglessness is to act on the infinite liberation the paradox implies: if there is no objective meaning of life, then you, the subjective meaning-creating machine, are the Read more [...]