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Unformatted text preview: stricken is that no preexisting purpose will serve in this fashion […]. (228) 3 Answer 2: ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________. One problem here is that, if this answer were correct, it would make little sense to think about God worrying about the meaning of his life or existence. But it does make sense, to the extent that we can understand Nozick's fable. Another problem is that it’s hard to see just what it is about God that could make the meaning of his life underived, or intrinsic, whereas the meaning of our lives is merely derived or instrumental. It can’t just be that God is...
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