What does it mean to be human? 7 famous philosophers answer


#21

There is nothing to debate. Do you argue with gravity, dispute the wind, deny morning or sunset? Words are a poor judge of reality.


#22

Of course I argue with gravity and the wind, that’s called motion, there is no morning, no sunset only movement and motions. Words can be a clarity agent if used as a tool properly for clarification, a poor Craftsman blames his tools.


#23

Words have to be interpreted by the listener and most have not learned how to do that and if they have they have their own set of meanings. DNA is a language that a cell must understand if it is to survive. Do you know you may be missing the beauty of the universe, it is here to inspire us, not argue with us.


#24

I suspect that life is struggle, struggle is growth and growth is continuous. I don’t perceive a singular pattern like dna as language, merely a repeating echo that dies Dna is a frame, what is used however is space ,time , potential. Argument is one perception of negotiation, when I get up, I struggle with gravity, it’s not a battle but motion, it’s kaleidoscope, it’s poetry , it’s beautiful it’s a ballroom dance. Does the earth argue with the sun’s gravity, depends on your point of view.