100++ philosophical questions that will make your brain think

What philosophical questions?

To answer philosophical questions, we need to know what philosophy is. Philosophy is a scientific discipline that attempts to understand human existence and the world. Philosophy deals with the central questions of human existence (for example, what is reality? What is the meaning of life? What is morality? What is love?).

Philosophy deals with questions about human existence and the world.

The German physicist, philosopher and world explorer Freiherr von Weizsäcker summarized the essence of philosophy with a famous quote: “Philosophy is a science that cannot be discussed without practicing it yourself.” In this sense, choose a few questions from the following list and start philosophizing.

Summing up

I'm willing to bet that you didn't expect to hear some answers from yourself. But it is what comes from within that is the right way out of the situation. Having received answers to all questions, you will feel a balance between yourself and what surrounds you. Harmony and prosperity to you!

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Bonus: 10 Deep Questions About Life

Here you will find 10 philosophical questions that will make you think about life.

What does justice mean?

The main principle of justice is that everyone gets what they deserve. Equals should be treated equally and unequals should be treated unequally. A simple definition that leaves some questions unanswered. Who decides whether two separate cases are the same or not? Shouldn't everyone be treated equally before the law?

Are near-death experiences a sign of life after death or a delusion of the brain?

Are near-death experiences a glimpse into the afterlife and proof of the existence of gods, or is it just a product of our brains? Reports of near-death experiences have a calming effect on many people. This relieves the fear of death a little. After all, near-death experiences tell of a place full of love and safety. Some even say they wanted to stay there. Scientists believe there are neurobiological explanations for near-death experiences. One study found that the brain is overactive shortly before death. This excessive brain activity can lead to intense sensations and hallucinations. However, this phenomenon has not yet been clarified and requires some research. That's why philosophizing about this topic is a great option.

What is love?

It's not easy to express love in words. Love is different for everyone. Everyone loves differently. We have different needs and want to be loved in different ways. How do you like love?

Is there meaning in life? If so, what is it?

What is the meaning or purpose of life? Is there a universal meaning to life or does it vary from person to person? The next question is: do we need any meaning at all? Isn't it enough to just live?

Do you think there is life after death?

Heaven, hell, otherworldly - fiction or fact? We will probably only know this when we are no longer in this world. But what do you think will happen? After death is it just Nothing, or do we have a soul that goes somewhere else after we die?

What does a good life look like to you?

What does your life have to be like for you to feel like you've arrived? Family, dream job or independence? How would you feel when you achieved your goals? And what would your daily life look like?

How does hatred arise?

Hatred is a passionate, extreme dislike of a person, group, or other things. Do we hate someone who protects our ego? Is this based on envy or dissatisfaction with oneself? There can be many reasons for hatred. And perhaps the reasons for this vary from person to person. Do you think there are universal conditions that lead to hatred and excessive hostility?

Is there a connection between our current lifestyle and the rise in mental illness?

Various factors can contribute to the development of mental illness. These include biological, psychological and social aspects. About 350 million people worldwide suffer from depression. Anxiety disorders, depression, burnout, alcohol addiction, obsessive-compulsive disorder and dementia are some of the most common illnesses in adulthood. Research shows that excessive social media use may be causing an increase in depression (and suicide). Are our smartphones and social media making us sick? Could other factors be causing an increase in mental health problems?

9. If you could erase memories from your mind, would you?

Is there an experience in your life that you would like to get out of your head? Perhaps it was something traumatic or just an unpleasant moment in your life. If you erased this memory from your mind, would it have a positive impact on your life? There is a saying: “Our experiences make us who we are.” Good and bad experiences shape our personality. Is this how our characters would change if we erased the experience from our memory?

Do stricter laws lead to a more peaceful world or more crime?

Can harsher punishments solve the crime problem and make our lives safer? Or does it have the opposite effect? Is harsher punishment an effective deterrent to crime? Some studies have shown that harsh sentences actually increase the recidivism rate of criminals. And what impact do harsher penalties have on the population as a whole? Does it make you feel safer?

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