Does sciece really says that we are here for no reasons?
Of course not.
Science has nothing to say on the matter. That is for philosophy.
Our reasons are ours.
metaphysics would be the scientific POV. emanationism makes alot of sense.
Science says, “don’t have compassion,” because it doesn’t matter.
Science simply provides the facts, nothing more.
We’re all free to draw our own conclusions from the evidence put forth.
There are thousands of branches of science, I am fairly sure none of them deal with whether or not we are here for a reason. It is simply not a scientific premise.
The “sense” of life?
“Purpose” is a lifespawn concept. We define it ourselves. Nothing has any inherent “reason”. Reason is imbued upon things by *us*.
The four “F’s” feeding, fighting, fleeing, and reproducing are the four natural impulses which have allowed for human survival via adaptation/ elimination/ navigation through natural disasters.
Science observes that life is a naturally occurring phenomenon.
Reason is something invented by us humans and sometimes people apply this to the wrong questions. Who said something has to be for a reason that implies that there was a creator. In a way there is a reason for life its to pass on your genes to the next generation. That’s about it how you do it and how you life your life is up to you.
I choose Sabrina, the teenage which.
You don’t care for the actual answers. Or else you’d have posted this in a science section.
No. We are here to convert oxygen to carbon dioxide.
Science makes no claim to that.
no. ‘Science’ doesn’t say anything. It doesn’t have a mouth.
You give your own life a sense and not someone else!
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