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  1. What to take for good is the choice of each person. Being is a condition of many other goods, and most people accept it as at least one of the most important goods, if not the highest. But there are also those who believe that being is evil and non – being is good-these are nihilists. Accordingly, they reject all other benefits as deception. The position of nihilism is present among those whose representatives answer the most important life questions in the framework of the Izm project. Try to choose among the answers to a dozen or two questions and determine for yourself whether you are close to a nihilistic position. There you can first choose among the answers and only then find out who it belongs to, as well as get access to video comments from representatives of different worldviews.

  2. Truth, Goodness, and Beauty are for the ancient Greeks (and whether we know it or not, we still think inside what the Greeks discovered) moments of a single dimension of our lives. And this dimension is complementary to our daily routine. When it takes hold of us (Plato), we think more organized, act more meaningfully, and generally live with dignity. And the Greeks invented philosophy as a means (instrument) of adding this dimension. In professional philosophical language, this additional dimension of life is called “being”. Otherwise, the Good is the side of being.

  3. No predicate can be applied to the concept of NON-EXISTENCE, since NON-EXISTENCE is an absolutely meaningless concept that characterizes this very concept. meaninglessness, because meaninglessness is identical and synonymous with the concept of ABSURDITY, to which no mental processing is applicable, except for the rejection of such. And the necessity of rejecting the ABSURD is quite provable, because a sentence is true if its entire composition is true, and it is absurd if the ABSURD is conjunctively embedded in the sentence.

    From the above, it is clear that only BEING is GOOD.

  4. The father of Western Ontology Parmenides said: Being exists. there is no nothingness. He just said that the world is alive. The question of questions is: why is something rather than nothing? There is both something and nothing. So is it possible to choose between being and non-being?

  5. The true good is non-being, which is also true being.

    If we imagine that an intrauterine fetus in a future mother can think like an adult, then it would imagine its own world – the mother's womb-as the only one that exists and is for it being.

    But now the term of delivery is approaching and for the fetus, leaving the mother's womb is associated with its death, and the future seems to be non-existence. But in fact, after the” death ” of the fetus ( the cessation of existence in the form of a fetus), true existence begins – the existence of the person who was born. That being which is non-being for the fruit.

    This example explains to a person who is in a certain sense still in the womb of the physical world that an even truer existence than the present looms before him. That being, the conscious experience of which a person does not have. Or rather, he doesn't remember it.

  6. And both are good. Let's say I look at you and see a person. This is being. I can't see your stomach. This is non-existence. What is good for you – the external manifestation of the body or its interior? Non-being is not an opposition to being, but an invisible part of it. “NOT BEING” is closer to the meaning.

  7. Depends on your rating. After all, there is no objective good.
    Being is heterogeneous. Some of it is bad. Some of it is good. The ratio may vary, but utopia is unattainable.
    Non-existence is homogeneous. It's nothing.
    If you have a goal for which you are willing to endure life's hardships and limitations, then for you, apparently, being is a blessing.
    If it is more important for you NOT to experience discomfort, then non-existence is your choice.

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