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We should have a general discussion group dedicated to critical thinking, i.e., philosophy.

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Or pseudo-philosophy. Asking questions like, "Is Sisyphus happy?"
don't we?
@badreferences I second.

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@lgbasallote Last I checked, we don't.
We had a philosophy section once. I remember that it got filled with questions like "what would it be like to be a zombie?"...
^Lol best question I will ever see asked.
WELL @TURINGTEST YOU'RE CLOSE MINDED TO NOT WANT TO KNOW WHAT IT'S LIKE TO BE A ZOMBIE.
IT'S ALL SUBJECTIVE MAN #YOLO
lol, I'm just lettin' y'all know what you'll get by putting a philosophy section back in. User discretion advised.
Solid. We can't remove the math section just because you have people who ask questions that can be solved with a calculator.
I do see one obvious issue, though, actually. The likelihood of religious debates. We know THAT never turns out well.
Language and Culture group managed to survive didn't it @badreferences i don't see why Religion discussion can't

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