Neil C.


Hometown: Cherrybrook

Member since:

March 19, 2012

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What is your main interest about knowing things?

I'm an ex-minister, returned to work as GP doctor. Have studied theology. Interest in "the Good Life, epistemology, ethics (especially medical), science, religion, atheism... Damn it - I want to know everything!

Would you prefer to email me confidentially about any ideas for discussion so I can ask those questions without others knowing about you?

Either way. I'm open.

What is your understanding about philosophy in general? Please, provide an explanation of what it means to you, no need to look it up in the dictionary, understanding is personal and what you think is very valuable.

For me, Philosophy is the application of the mind to life's central and greatest problems and issues: How do I know? Who am I? What is right? What is good? Why am I here? And so on. But I like these questions to eventually address a final question: How should I live?

Is there anything that you would prefer not to discuss in public because of your principles, religion or simply not feeling like talking in public?

Open to discuss anything and everything.


I'm a GP living and working in the north-west of Sydney. I'm an ex-Anglican minister, now GP doctor. Have read all sorts of stuff on theology, atheism, medical ethics, science, epistemology, etc.

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