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Philosophy
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PHIL 1200
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David Matheson

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The Nihilist's Way  P1 : If there is a meaning of life then there must be either a transcendent (relation to God) meaning of                    life or an immanent (relation to one another) meaning                    of life P2 : There is no transcendent meaning of life P3 : There is no immanent meaning of life C   : Therefore, there is no meaning of life Nihilism | the view that there is no meaning of life Affirmationism | the view that there is a meaning of life Transcendentalism | the view that there is a meaning of life because there is a transcendent meaning of life Immanentism | the view that there is a meaning of life because there is an immanent meaning of life “Something that makes the meaning of life meaningful is believing in something that makes life beautiful.”  Zorren Kierkgaard not about relationship to god but about something else ­ existentialists  Carl Lard, Gabriel Marcel ­ believed in god
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