Is end of a state always the beginning of a state of endlessness ?
Let us assume something does not exist after a particular event.. this event would certainly be called the "end" of existence for that particular something. Does this mean that now, the particular "thing" has achieved a state of non existence.. which in turn is an endless state?? (keeping in mind there is no process to bring back the specific something to existence)
I was thinking, what's the point in debating a conservative , if their definition is to not accept anything new, but to stick to their own old ones, irrespective of flaws..."Conservatism (or conservativism) is any political philosophy that favours tradition (in the sense of various religious, cultural, or nationally-defined beliefs and customs) in the face of external forces for change, and is critical of proposals for radical social change."please note, I'm not referring to political parties here, but talking about conservatism..
Is it okay to make such a generalization? If so, is it because they are introverts that they possess high IQs or is it because they possess high IQs that makes them introverts? or is it just a lie told to make the introverts feel good about themselves? what do you think?
Taking one's own life, for any specific reason, is quite saddening to anyone who hears about it..is it morally right though?do you believe it's not right to give up on specific reasons and work on making circumstances better?or do you believe that it's necessary when people just can't take it anymore?I couldn't pick sides on this one, as I find myself finding counter arguments to most of the arguments I made on either sides, I would like to know your opinion and views..
Should there be a review of debate topics on this website?(By allow, I don't mean a person from the website or any other person sitting and shutting down specific debates..I am referring to self reviewing of the topic once, before we create it, to actually try to be clear on the quality of the debate we want to create..)
http://www.thenazareneway.com/cause_and_effect.htmhttps://qz.com/316826/mathematicians-have-finally-figured-out-how-to-tell-correlation-from-causation/Is it necessary that every effect should have a cause?? the idea of cause and effect can be found throughout human history, with many philosophers and mathematicians involved, and not to forget, the famous idealogy of "karma".Could this mean we are an effect of an unknown cause?