Questions must be grounded in ‘quest for answers’

Questions must be grounded in ‘quest for answers’ Unitarian Church on St Stephen’s Green. Photo: William Murphy
Everyday Philosophy The Unitarian Church on St Stephen’s Green used to have an eye-catching poster: it said something like: “We ask the big questions: we don’t preach answers.” They’re not the first to claim that as a badge of honour. Being more comfortable with questions than with answers is, for many, a mark of intellectual…
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