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  1. Montesquieu also wrote that in a person there are two principles: “biological” and “moral”, if we talk about the moral part, then here, of course, the philosophical definition of the meaning of life comes to the fore, and if we talk about “biological”, then this is the usual satisfaction of biological needs, that is, “food”, “sleep”, “sex”. If a person loses the moral meaning of life, then it is worth turning to the biological principle, which will be the starting point for the search for a new moral meaning of life.

  2. The first part of the question can be considered as a purely philosophical one, that is, roughly speaking, if something happens and something exists, then it exists for a reason, at least in order to exist. That is, the meaning of the absence of meaning in something is the meaning of this something.�

    If we look at the second half of the question, we can say that in fact, the most important purpose of a person, like any living organism , is to live, that is, to begin and end your cycle of birth-living-death. Even if you lose your own meaning in life, a person can simply function as a biological unit. Here it is better to use two concepts – “live” and “exist”. And the loss of the individual meaning of life leads to existence.

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