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Unformatted text preview: I am the kind of person that likes things straight forward, and I hate it when there isnt a right or wrong answer to a question. Its hard not knowing if you are right or wrong on some of the ideas that you may come up with while talking about philosophy. One other thing that I agreed with that Jaspers said was that when we are children we are more compelled to ask questions and seek answers, but as we grow older we begin to lose that sense of wonder and we just accept things without inquiring about them first. In a way we are more philosophical as children than as adults, even though at that young age we are not old enough to understand everything. Its a shame that we lose that gift of curiosity because without out I feel we lose ourselves and our philosophy of life. Only when we choose to wonder about things again will we realize that philosophy is never ending and it will remain until the end of man....
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- Spring '11