My original response;Immanuel Can wrote: ↑Sat Nov 02, 2019 2:31 pmNah, not so much.Disagree. Because this argument is so very bad that it could be used to argue for absolutely anything....even arguments as silly as this one (which I can't believe you bothered to try to make rational, actually.)Agree? if disagree, why?
"Why do people use household forks? Because of fear of death. I know they think it's to keep their hands clean, and to pick up food -- but they just don't know, because subconsciously, they want to have a weapon in their hands to fight off the Grim Reaper, in case he shows up.
My explanation above is very rational."
There's nothing rational about this pattern of argument. When an argument works for every possible proposition equally, then it 'works' for nothing in particular. But anyone can see that.
I explained in detail how all human actions are reducible to the three main drives of a human being.
Your is not a proper counter argument.
Give me the details on why my points on each example you provided are not valid?
I have not deny as with ALL humans, DNA wise my brain/mind is embedded with an instinctual fear of death, i.e. to avoid premature death. Therefore, yes, subconsciously there is a subliminal 'fear of death' within my subconscious mind.You're only objecting because you fear death. And losing a logical argument would make you feel mortal. I know you think you have a point, but subconsciously, you just fear death. And I can prove it, because the subconscious exists, and because fear of death exists. So you're just afraid.
My explanation is very rational.
However in my case, I have relied upon my other faculties to modulate the manifestation of unease, anxieties, Angst, and the likes, arising from the above subliminal fear of death.
In your case, you had desperately cling to an illusion [God] to relieve the emerging unease, anxieties, Angst, and the likes, arising from the above subliminal fear of death.
I have explained, by default of nature with an inherent program, I do not fear death consciously, if any, it is only momentarily.