The debate "Death solves all problems - no man no problem" was started by
March 15, 2015, 3:55 pm.
11 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 37 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
I_Voyager posted 3 arguments, Getmurked posted 2 arguments, BRG1102478 posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
bobbybill, tr, stormshy, Dictator, tommyg, transfanboy and 5 visitors agree.
misfitcarrot, ItsMateo, PsychDave, ms_open_mind, JMP9940, gtomk, I_Voyager, Hjkp98, pecker, Getmurked, Mike861, invincible_01, Kirito, jhussjosh, BRG1102478, ufufugh, magda32, Cormi98, ArsonLarson, Marvelgirl2002 and 17 visitors disagree.
you can't know what problems come after
Yeah, to me it's a silly idea. Even logically, it fails to accomplish itself. Morally it doesn't work either. Practically, it'd require a lot of corruption of power. But there are cohesive philosophies that advocate the exceptance of this goal. I think they are irrational, but like everything I disagree with, I tool the time to dissect their logic and find holes. Look up a crappy site with a million word philosophy called 'forbidden knowlege' for an irrational, but painstakingly considered philosophy that would advocate this reasoning/psychology. I spoke with the writer of it to know he thought a lit about this and mastered its use in conversation, but thousands of words later I was able to describe the views as being as self-justifying as and incorrect ideology.
that is undeniably horrible then
your suggestimg you wamt to kill yourself along with thw whole human race?
I think his argument is not killing one/some person/people, but killing all humans, which he believes would solve all problems since problems are a human phenomenon. No humans, no problems.
killing someone will likely result in more problems. cops, hidimg your tracks, drawing suspicion among friend, if you get caught jail time, or if you killed someone dear to someone, a potential assasian
Solutions don't make the problem go away. Solutions repair the problem. Therefore, killing all people to make all the problems go away doesn't solve anything, unless there becomes a very wide-spread problem with the lack of speciocide. No - solving all the problems solves all the problems,