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For he thinks that an immanent meaning of life

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Unformatted text preview: meaning of life: _______________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Now Taylor's suggestion is this: once we reject the possibility of a transcendent meaning of life, we may be inclined to think that any immanent meaning of life would have to be an objective meaning of life. But when we look to the immanent realm, it seems that there is no such objective meaning of life to be had. That in turn may incline us to think that there is no immanent meaning of life at all. In other words, Taylor's basic suggestion is that we may be inclined to accept something life the following argument in support of Premise...
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