[lit-ideas] Re: Bizarre Faith

You forgot one, I think.  

"How does the absolute come out of itself and oppose to itself a world?"


Nap time,
Erin
Toronto


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Michael Chase" <goya@xxxxxxx>
To: <lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, November 04, 2004 2:07 PM
Subject: [lit-ideas] Re: Bizarre Faith


> 
> Le 4 nov. 04, =E0 18:58, aamago@xxxxxxxxxxxxx a =E9crit :
> 
> > But now that we have explanations, why do we do it?
> 
> M.C. We don't really have any explanations, at least not to the=20
> questions that matter. To the *really* important questions, like:
> 
> 
> How should I live?
> What's the meaning of my life?
> What's going to happen to me after I die?
> Why do good and innocent people suffer?
> Why does something exist rather than nothing?
> Why do jerks get elected President?
> 
> --- We don't really have a clue (at least I don't ; if Andy does =
> I=20
> hope he'll clue us in).
> Religion provides quick, easy, certain answers to these and many =
> other=20
> as well, at a moderate price.
> Plus, afterwards, there's coffee and brownies.
> >
> >
> Michael Chase
> (goya@xxxxxxxxxxx)
> CNRS UPR 76
> 7, rue Guy Moquet
> Villejuif 94801
> France
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