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Myself, I don't consider my body "me" the only me is my consciousness that makes me who I am and if that's just neurons firing around in my brain then I guess that's me.
I like to think if there's an afterlife your conscience would be stamped onto something (we'll give it a cliche name like a soul) the moment you go brain dead.
I'm an atheist, but I'm a deist I believe something created everything but it's neither good nor evil, it might not even be sentient, I believe it doesn't care about interfering with you or I. It's kind of like mother nature, she gives no shits.
The only Rational conclusion I can come to in my own mind for a reason to have an afterlife would be that the deity/creator or whatever it is, itself is afraid of loosing it's own conscience, so it would come to the conclusion that other "lesser" beings would fear that as well so it would give us some sort of after life out of empathy perhaps.
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Whilst reading it I kow I have definitely heard that precise dialogue before and 3 sources came to mind. Castle TV show, Start Trek TNG (captain holodeck) or sin city. Im thinking likely sin city
Casablanca maybe or was that the gin joint?
Read anything by Raymond Chandler, he's one of the noir genre's foundational authors! This comic is especially reminiscent of Chandler's sardonic style which is loaded with simile and overt description.
Pick any detective film noir from 1945-1960
yeah but who did it first
See my post above, #15. I forgot to log in when I made it!
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"genetics are what is important not the race. "
But don't genetics determine race?
"I do believe that much of human history has been fought for differences of race/ethnicity, however realizing that they are a social construct (and have caused pointless wars) supports the idea that the idea of race is largely impractical and furthermore detrimental to national and global societies. "
It's not the idea itself that is detrimental. People will find differences in each other and separate themselves anyways, but you can go ahead and support the removal of "race" as a notion, maybe even get the notion totally removed from society, to see if that stops anything. I think you would get positive results, but I would only attribute that to an attitude change due to the small attempt of people trying to be harmonious with each other.
But the next thing you know, people may start to distinguish themselves by their behaviors and start conflicts over this (HINT HINT). Race isn't the issue, that's a shortsighted conclusion. The notion of race is about as blameworthy in our own wars, altercations, and social conflicts as a gun is culpable when a murderer kills someone.
Separation towards any other races isn't the root issue or cause. It's a means by which someone can continue to emphasize separation, hatred, inconsideration, and/or desire for death toward a person or people.
The real issue is a general inconsideration towards the needs, status/condition, and intents of your fellow human being.
But individuals are too busy trampling most people in life, usually for some trivial goal, to care about understanding one another.
How often does society (
or rather politics, the media, education, your job, entertainment, religion
) lay emphasis upon and consistently teach you to be understanding towards someone else?
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