Trying to keep your head above water financially as a philosopher must have been hard for Rene Descartes.  Got to make ends meet SOMEHOW, so...!

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Descartes had a tragic failure of nerve toward the end of his life. He made a wager. It fudged when it came to whether one was a believer or a freethinker. The wager posited that nothing was to be lost by belief in an afterlife in heaven or hell, for if one bets against its likelihood, one might in fact condemn oneself to Hades. I call that chickenshit.

Jeez!  And here I thought maybe you'd get a laugh out of the cartoon!

I laughed at it. One idea at a time for me today.

Are you talking about Pascal's wager




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