This morning while having breakfast with my husband, we talked about what made human life different from other forms of life, or could we make that distinction.
Scientists understand life's interdependence. It views life from a wholistic viewpoint. This is why there is so much concern over the environment. Without environment, then 'life' cannot function properly.
This is also the case in human contexts. Without the proper environment, life cannot function properly. Life is squashed, squelched, and squandered.
But, is there something greater than the equality of life forms? Is human life no different from biological systems?
The irreducible complexity of the world and the human being is beyond human ability to understand. I wonder if we will ever be able to understand everything about the world and life.
Life is truly a mystery. In this sense, life goes beyond the material realm. Life points beyond itself, as a design. But, what kind of design is the question. That is what philosophers these days are quandering over.
I just hope they don't reduce life, otherwise, we are headed for quanity over quality and that would be a disservice to mankind.
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