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Beautiful Meaning

Five arguments detailing how meaning is not just an illusion to our reality

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I’ve always found myself rather obsessed with trying to confirm the objective existence of meaning behind our own existence; in other words, to refute the idea that meaning only exists because we create it ourselves.




Philosophy | Psychology | Physiology: Bridging the gap between us and ourselves.

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