Sense of life
Why the man ?
Can we believe that in a unfinished universe where ceaselessly there is respect of value references, particularly temporal ?,
in a universe which evolves in a coherent way and which gives evidence of the research of always more complexity,
in a universe which "arises" from an undifferentiated entity : the universal energy, and of which immeasurable parts, from immemorial times, are dematerialized and recycled in this essential energy,
the man appeared by chance ?
But then, can we believe that it was created, specifically on earth and for a ridiculously short period on the scale of the cosmic times, by a God who needed to be for a moment liked ?
There also, obviously not.
Is not it then, because of an absolute necessity : the omnipresence of the human being in the universe ?
Let us argue it.
Let us call back first of all, how much and how the formatting of the brain during the educative period can lead easily to the loss of the critical faculty and explain for example, partially it is true, why, at this beginning of the third millennium, the physicists look for the uniqueness of the laws, whereas monotheist theologians see in the theory of Big-bang the major argument "proving" the truthfulness of the biblical texts about the world's creation !
Indeed, any "memorization" of perceptions and "elaboration" of concepts, of ideas, ..., necessitates (presupposes) specific synaptic connections,
and the repetition leads to a strengthening of these connections by means of phosphorylation process.
Consequently, erroneous ideas can become for highly conditioned individuals, imprescriptible truths (let's think to the brainwashing).
Also we must not forget that there is not of faith without reason, more exactly, that there is not faiths without reasoned activities of thought, and vice versa.
You noted it, we speak about activities of thought and not about activities of the thought because the thought is not an "operator".
So, during looking for primordial causes, a very great semantic and conceptual rigor is imperative.
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