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Does thinking too deeply about philosophy, human emotion and the size of the universe detach you from humanity and stop you from simply enjoying life?

Asked by: Taylur
Does thinking too deeply about philosophy, human emotion and the size of the universe detach you from humanity and stop you from simply enjoying life?
  • Of course it does.

    The more you think about how insignificant you actually are, the more you feel like what goes on in your reality doesn't hold any real significance.

    The more you think that your emotions are actually electrical signals flowing through an ape-computer in your skull the more you realise that what flows through it doesn't really matter.

  • Life supports philosophy.

    Humanity places you on the earth, it takes over you and you wonder about it. Thoughts like this lead you to philosophy ideas, human emotion, and the size of the universe. If you are saying that it will take you away from humanity, that is wrong, because humanity is what created it and it's apart of it. Some people see thinking about life as an enjoyment. This is what creates intelligence, brilliance, and it's what creates curiosity into new discoveries.


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