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  1. In physiology, for some, the question is an internal trigger of interest, and for others, an extra reason for anxiety. The level of interest is noticeable visually, the higher it is, the deeper the breath and the more distant the look. This is due to the fact that more neural networks are involved to solve the problem, which requires more oxygen to generate the appropriate energy. Stops the flow of informative background from the senses to save energy.
    The individual's response to the question, of course, can be different, depending on his intelligence, the location of mental arousal, etc.

    In philosophy, the question is a way of knowing, expanding the boundaries of the world, the desire to “breathe” thoughts, the soul, the desire to live.
    I assume that for different human types, there may not be anything in common in the question. But for each person, what is common in questions is their reaction – someone starts collecting information and thinking productively, someone goes through the attribution process when a question arises, without a hint of hesitation, in order to get rid of internal discomfort as soon as possible. Perhaps this is why for some people philosophy is not subject to science, since their way of existence is not identical with it.

  2. Finding the meaning of life can…search for something interesting,something important, so that it is not boring, rather even fun. Communication with people of course…cool question – cool answer) inadequate question – the same answer).

  3. There is nothing in common in all these questions – as this service shows.

    Some questions are constructive, while others are destructive.

    But you need to answer both of them.

  4. Setting the topic of discussion. The agenda is defined by questions, titles, titles, and terms. Often, the topic of discussion becomes more important than the discussion itself. After all, we limit the topic by setting it and prevent discussion of other topics and formulations. The question also often becomes more important than the answer, because it sets the topic.

  5. Very interesting question? Pun intended. A question is an unknown that needs to be answered. And they combine all the questions, only that they need to get answers and the answers will be different, just like different questions.

  6. It depends from what point of view. From the point of view of linguistics-one thing. From the spelling point of view, it's different. From the point of view of graphic design (question mark or smiley face or sign, or emoticon) – the third. From the point of view of oral speech – the fourth. From a philosophical point of view – the fifth. If you look at the semantics of the word, look in the explanatory dictionary. You can list it endlessly until you clarify the question)))

  7. And this question is essentially a Q, which is why it is already high. Questions are distinguished by many things. For example, an intent. Show knowledge in the answer to it, the desire to enlighten, be curious, troll, be rude, insult the audience, etc., and with impunity. The answer to rudeness will be blocked, already experienced, the boorish question will remain hanging. And questions distinguish the level. Comprehension of the given topic. Sometimes his/her absence is immediately noticeable. Then you spit after him and walk past him. I've marked yours and already evaluated it. Thanks.

  8. General – only the”? ” SIGN, they are different-QUESTIONS.
    The question is related (not everyone, though …😉) a group of words that EXPRESSES:
    – Your need for knowledge;
    a desire to test the knowledge of others.;
    – the implied answer (rhetorical question);
    – implicit assessment of the actions of people and groups (both ” + ” and “-“);
    – strong emotions and Vice versa unemotional: despair, elation, apathy, resentment, etc.,
    Criticize, thank you in advance!
    Good luck!

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