The Book of Answers

Welcome through the back door! You used to have to solve a series of puzzles to get here. But only a few people have even gotten up to the final puzzle that leads here, and nobody has ever solved it. So, after nine years, I have made a public copy of my Book of Answers. This is it.

If want to try to achieve access to the protected copy at the end of the puzzles, you are more than welcome to start the game. There is still an extra reward for succeeding, and there are many entertaining points along the way.

Table of Contents:

  1. Does a dog have Buddha nature?
  2. Can we know anything absolutely?
  3. Do we have free will, or are all of our actions predetermined?
  4. Does deservedness mitigate the immorality of harming someone?
  5. Is it moral to violate someone's rights in order to protect them?
  6. Can there be an absolute morality, in the absence of a supreme, dictating being?
  7. What is the meaning of life?
  8. Why bother, if we're all going to die eventually anyway?

Some random stuff: