THE PURSUIT OF WORLDLINESS
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10 Reasons Why We
Are So Confused
The views expressed in these 10 dialogues belong exclusively to the two characters, Querious and Antagonē (an-tá-go-nee), who, in their zeal to extract the truth over their friendly weekly lunch at a local diner, are often carried away on flights of rhetorical fancy. They are both entirely fictitious figments of the author's imagination and are not intended to resemble any actual persons or their thoughts.
Philosophy, n. A route of many roads leading from nowhere to nothing.
— Ambrose Bierce, "The Devil's Dictionary"
Life Has Meaning
Sex is Up to Us
Work is Good for You
Children are Innocent
Evil Can Be Eradicated
I Think, Therefore I'm Immortal
Progress is Our Most Important Product
Life's Not Fair, But it Could Be
We Have a Choice
The Universe Can Be Understood
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