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Debate / Re: Did religions play an instrumental role in morality.
« Last post by HunkJ0 on Today at 06:58:59 am »
I mean there are many immoral things presented by holy books, especially in bible and quran
I didn't read the bible, but I read quite good part in quran, so can you specify few lines from Quran to prove your point?, and don't try to get some sentences out of its context.
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Debate / Re: Did religions play an instrumental role in morality.
« Last post by Mello on Yesterday at 11:21:11 pm »
The concept of religion is that it is a sacred thing that no one can modify it, and in some religions it teaches you to be a good person like learning with good morals and the like. But you must learn what is the difference between religion and ethics.

Ethics and religion. In the minds of many people, the terms morality and religion signal two related but distinct ideas. Morality is thought to pertain to the conduct of human affairs and relations between persons, while religion primarily involves the relationship between human beings and a transcendent reality. In fact, this distinction between religion and morality is a relatively modern one. Although tension between religion and morality is already evident in the writings of Plato and other Greek philosophers, the popular modern conception that religion and morality are separate phenomena is probably traceable to the Enlightenment. At that time, a number of thinkers, reflecting Europe's weariness with centuries of religious strife, sought to elaborate ethical theories based on reason or on widely shared human sentiments. In so doing they established the assumption that the norms governing conduct, morality, and ethics (that is, the effort to reason about or justify these norms) were separable from matters of religious belief.
What is the point of debating if you are just going to copy-paste stuff from google? :D
https://www.encyclopedia.com/environment/encyclopedias-almanacs-transcripts-and-maps/morality-and-religion
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Debate / Re: Did religions play an instrumental role in morality.
« Last post by Counter on Yesterday at 11:17:59 pm »
The concept of religion is that it is a sacred thing that no one can modify it, and in some religions it teaches you to be a good person like learning with good morals and the like. But you must learn what is the difference between religion and ethics.

Ethics and religion. In the minds of many people, the terms morality and religion signal two related but distinct ideas. Morality is thought to pertain to the conduct of human affairs and relations between persons, while religion primarily involves the relationship between human beings and a transcendent reality. In fact, this distinction between religion and morality is a relatively modern one. Although tension between religion and morality is already evident in the writings of Plato and other Greek philosophers, the popular modern conception that religion and morality are separate phenomena is probably traceable to the Enlightenment. At that time, a number of thinkers, reflecting Europe's weariness with centuries of religious strife, sought to elaborate ethical theories based on reason or on widely shared human sentiments. In so doing they established the assumption that the norms governing conduct, morality, and ethics (that is, the effort to reason about or justify these norms) were separable from matters of religious belief.
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Debate / Re: Why some people consider other people with tattoo as a bad guy?
« Last post by RaMoS on Yesterday at 08:45:50 pm »
As you mentioned "some people" and not all people, this is life. You will find people who agree with that and may do tattoos as well and people disagree with that and criticize that, But in my view what makes people think that these people who have bad tattoos are negative groups and gangs, In the United States, many prisoners and criminal gangs use distinctive tattoos to denote facts about their criminal behavior, prison sentence, and organizational affiliation. For example, a teardrop tattoo can be a symbol of a murder, for each tear represents the death of a friend. At the same time, members of the US armed forces have a long history of tattooing that they refer to military units, battles, killings, etc. These ties are still widespread among American seniors. Tattoos are also common in the British armed forces.
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Debate / Re: Should we remember the bad things that already happen to our life?
« Last post by RaMoS on Yesterday at 08:29:15 pm »
The reason for this is that negative things have a greater impact on our brains than positive things. Psychologists call this concept “negative bias” or “negative bias”, a concept that may have a strong impact on your behavior, decisions, and even your relationships without feeling.
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Debate / Re: Why some people consider other people with tattoo as a bad guy?
« Last post by Forager on Yesterday at 07:23:32 pm »
It is indeed "some" people. Many people get their tattoos from different cultures or just an art. In my perspective we don't need to judge a person based on their physical appearance but there are times that it reflects on what a person is doing in life. It just became a stereotype that people thinks that a person with tattoos are bad people as it is commonly used by persons in prison thinking or as symbol of "strength". But being clean in your body makes other people think that you are decent and clean physically unlike with a person having multiple or bigger tattoos. This phenomena on judging occurs by people who apply for a job. Mostly or depends on a job, they like the persons who looks decent to be more pleasing in the eyes of their customers or clients. In conclusion, it depends on what others thinks of a person having tattoos. There's really a judgmental person and we can't argue with that. If you have a tattoo and someone thinks bad of you, then you can just ignore them if you know that you aren't that person he/she describing.
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General Support / Questions / Re: Ban bugged?
« Last post by Stone on Yesterday at 02:57:50 pm »
So not a serious ban and not counted as ban/punishment to my account?Thankyou guys , anyways I am not using any cheat engine or what.
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General Support / Questions / Re: Ban bugged?
« Last post by rellic on Yesterday at 02:56:00 pm »
A low-end computer isn't really the answer here. Anyone could get those bans. If you have cheatengine or ahk or anything like that open in the background, closing them would most likely solve the problem and you won't get banned anymore. They're not serious bans, they're not even counted as punishments, it's some sort of protection against actual cheaters.
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Debate / Re: The death of George Floyd
« Last post by isi3456789 on Yesterday at 02:53:02 pm »
This guy's family got 13 million bucks from a GoFundMe campaign for "funeral and memorial costs".

He is honored all right.

Many families in my country would "die" to get $1000 as donation to cover funeral expenses of their deceased one, but other people scoff at helping out. 

Yes, Floyd's death is not fair, but 13 million?
He/His family wouldnt get a penny if it wasnt for the media coverage. Also gofundme funds everyone, even if you dont have any skills, talent or goals whatsoever (just like kickstarter) Most people on the website just need the money for medical treatment, to actually have a chance of surviving, so giving 13 million to a dead guys family just shows how biased people get through media coverage.

Basically voluntairy donations for someone with a criminal background who died resisting the police. At least he doesnt get to see the money.
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General Support / Questions / Re: Ban bugged?
« Last post by Midnight on Yesterday at 02:49:04 pm »
This is happening on low end PCs like your laptop (probably). I experienced this countless times and I still do, it's a 30 minutes auto ban that happens when you get connection lost or crash. Staffs say that they don't count it as a punishment so there is nothing to worry about. It's not bugged.
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