We Need To Learn What Truly Good Intentions Are Before We Want To Do Good…

Question: Why would a do gooder do more harm to than good? Answer: Because that person would do good according one’s own egotistic, subjective calculations. At the moment – by default – none of us are capable of making calculations, decisions, intention for any other goal, but to benefit ourselves in any possible way. And … More We Need To Learn What Truly Good Intentions Are Before We Want To Do Good…

Gossip Is Like Cancer, Good, Metastatizes, Destroys

Question: Why do many people think talking behind someone’s back is worse than saying bad things to one’s face? Answer: We can probably use the following example: when people speak behind each other’s back is like an undetected cancer that spreads, destroys but in the lack of proper diagnosis one can’t treat and cure it. … More Gossip Is Like Cancer, Good, Metastatizes, Destroys

Beyond Nietzsche…

Question: What did Nietzsche mean by the transvaluation of values? Answer: First of all I have to admit, that before seeing this question I had no idea about Nietzsche’s philosophy, and his idea about the “value system”. So by reading the other answers and some other sources in the Internet I have already learned quite … More Beyond Nietzsche…

What’s The Use Of Guilt, If We Aren’t Guilty?!

Question: Can guilt be a helpful/healthy emotion? When is guilt most/least helpful in your experience? Answer: First of all we would need to examine what the guilt is for. For example guilt presumes that the person is actually guilty, meaning had a free choice about one’s actions and purposefully, intentionally choose to commit a crime. … More What’s The Use Of Guilt, If We Aren’t Guilty?!

Incurable Alcoholics

Question: Why do humans do the opposite of what they know is good? Answer: Because we are not intellectual, but emotional creatures, 100% led by our instincts, hormonal reactions. Thus although we might understand with our reason, logic that we have to behave in a certain way to improve our situations, to solve problems, our … More Incurable Alcoholics