Tragedy of man
This book was written by Madách Imre in 1859-60.The main questions in the book are revolves around existence philosophy, history philosophy and moral questions. So I want to ask your opinions of these questions.
What is more powerful, material(materialism) or spirit(idealism)?
Is the history evolution or circulation or decay?
Has the morality got meaning?
Is it worthy fighting for good?
Which one is more powerful, well materials can live through time (but not all just a few) as some thoughts too. The ancient philosopy what's still living, we learn about them are more powerful for me than materials. In the book Lucifer says that the spirit can't control the material. Here Lucifer is the symbol of doubt and God is the symbol of belief.
I think history is a circulation. New ideologys come but every has got similarities. People think that they found something new and slowly empires disappear and new comes. So I think history is repeating itself always.
Morality always has got meaning though nowdays sometimes it means less and less. You can't live in this world if your never breaking the rules of morality (sadly). And fighting for good? Beautiful thing. I always try to help and sometimes I only get "That's all?" "Why do you care? Let me be alone!" "No thanks I don't want you to help." I always forget that for some people whatever I do is not enough (though they are not helping at all). Or I tried to help a blind people and he simply said that "No thanks I can do it myself"- though I saw he can't but if he wants to do that then it's his choice (he will fall down). So I'm always fogeting the human nature and I always trying to help and I'm asking my self "How could I always forgot it?" And I always see that someone did help out somebody and they ruin all of their helpers effort in one minute, they can't value it. So sometimes it's useless to fight for good.