Can the humans conditioned by asymmetric time and external causality be free and just beings independent of contradiction and violence?

What is the sense of human effort in a world doomed by the arrow of time? If everything becomes nothing, why then should we do something?

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  1. Alex

    There is no point of valueing the life by the future. Doing something is at least something in the moment and is therefore valuable in the same moment. There is no reason to live in the future as it is impossible to live in the past. As everyone knows: the journey is the reward.

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