Philosophy. Wonderful stuff. Great people have expressed great ideas throughout history. There have always been contrasting and even conflicting points of view, this cannot be denied. But what has become increasingly popular since the introduction of post-modern theory is what I call the 'halfhearted' view. You know, the typical existential responses to philosophical ideals, like "Genius cannot be defined", "Good and evil cannot be defined" and "Life itself cannot be defined." Basically, NOTHING can be defined by these halfhearted philosophers. If, however, and life IS indefinable, then why bother to contemplate? I'd like to let it be known however, that while I believe certain philosophical questions are best answered in this manner, existential nihilism has contributed NOTHING to the human experience. Post your views on 'halfhearted' philosophy, as well as questions that are likely to be answered in this manner, neh?