Topic: Riddles of Existence

Philosophical Questions: Values

Are you a fair and just person?
How do you know who your friends are?
Should you be rewarded for your efforts in school?
Should you let little things bother you?
Is it your duty to give to charity?
Will having fun make you happier than studying?
Should you ever tell a lie?
Are there times when you should be violent?
Do you sometimes feel weird when you are with others?
Do we control technology or does technology control us?

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Philosophical Questions: Knowledge

How do you know for certain that things move?
What makes something you say true?
Can you doubt that you exist?
Does a tree make a sound if it falls in a forest with no one around?
Are you certain that the law of gravity is really a law?
How can you tell when you know something?
Can another person understand your feelings?
Can you lie to yourself?
Do you perceive things as they are or only as they seem to be?
Can computers think?

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Philosophical Questions: Reality

Can you think about nothing at all?
Does anything ever happen by chance?
What happens to numbers when you are not using them?
Are numbers and people equally real?
Is time what you see when you look at a clock?
If the universe came from the Big Bang, where did the big bang come from?
Are you the same person you were five years ago?
Do you have free will?
Does everything depend on everything?
Are impossible things ever possible?

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Philosophical Questions: Critical Thinking

Is it important to speak and write so you can be understood?
Should you always listen to the opinions of others?
Should you criticize people or the opinions people have?
Why is "because" such an important word?
Is it always easy to tell what causes things to happen?
If many people think something is true, is it true?
Do two wrong things balance out and make an action right?
"I am lying." True or false?
Can something logical ever not make sense?
"I wonder ..." what it means to define something?