We need a philosophy section. I would love to express my thoughts there.
Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, 4Chan and Myspace (:3) are getting tired of my endless opinions.
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LOL XD I agree with this :)
But my only concern is that the philosophy will turn into a debate then an argument >.>
Arguments are a giant apart philosophy. Besides, it would be very, very, VERY amusing to view these said arguments.
Most likely a philosophy section wouldn't get a lot of traffic :~(
it might get a TON of traffic
You never know.
yea, it might end up like the other 100 dead subjects we have :D
:P I will make it live! I will FORCE IT INTO LIFE.
*part, Near the top.
One of my first posts on OS was to had on a philosophy section!
While in theory it would be nice, a discussion over a more contemporary philosophy subject could easily turn into a giant argument thread rather than discussion. As you previously stated -- an argument isnt fundamentally wrong or band. However it is easy for people to become personally offended and start to act against the CoC.
Just had to ;p
Too bad none of our recommended subjects never become subjects.