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Re: What is the main problem?

May 04, 1998 08:14 AM
by Kazimir Majorinc

At 15.33 3.5.98 -0700, Martin  wrote:
>Dear Kazimir,
>On THE MAIN PROBLEM, in my opinion is:
>Why is it that every human being has a  "main problem." And there cannot
>be any agreament on it.

Henx, Martin.

Your answer that THERE IS NO MAIN PROBLEM is a consistent one. Do you have
some rationals or it is just your feeling?

I do not think that every human being has "a main problem." Majority of all
people, including great philosophers do not isolate the main problem.
Buddha is the exception. If you know some more exceptions, I'd like to
know. What is the main problem EXPLICATED without doubt in Upanisade? Or Rg
Veda? Bhagavad Gita? Jesus? Nietzche? etc... Remember, I search for
explication, not for things we may read between lines.

>Also, Platon says that you shoud not define any mayor issue, Idea nor
>Virtue. You will fail at it.

I do not remember that. I remember that Platon  has the highest idea, but I
do not remember that he denied the main problem. Where it happen, by which
words? BTW, if someone of you did not read his "Politea" I could
recommended it. Such a mess of deep ontological ideas with open and
disgusting rasism, naive sofism and funny inconsistence is probably without
comparison in the history of philosophy.

                Kazimir Majorinc, dipl. ing. math.
       Faculty of Natural Sciences and Math, University of Zagreb
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