A philosophy that searches for the meaning of life, as a higher purpose that is outside of ourselves, can only either lead to one of the following:

i. At some point, the final purpose is found, a final goal which gives meaning to all the persons, things and elements that have this final purpose as their meaning of life;

ii. The search for a final goal is circular, and the final goal is never found;

iii. The search for the final goal is not circular, but nevertheless we are never satisfied with a proposed goal, and keep on searching endlessly without finding a satisfying goal ever.

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Sujão disse...

Pra isso existe a figura geométrica da tangente. Passa pelo círculo (roda) e só o toca em um ponto.