The Will to Live

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    Says who?

    You?

    I have no such need.
     
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    I am happy to be in the minority on that one, then.
     
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    Says YOU. That's the point.
     
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    "Life presents itself as a problem, a task to be worked out, and therefore, as a rule, as a constant conflict with necessity."
     
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    "To say that the world has only a physical and not a moral significance is the greatest and most pernicious of all errors."
     
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    Are you asking is it hard to argue the belief of our fundamental metaphysical need for the will to, a condition or consequence based or caused by our unique intelligence?
     

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