Facebook, the final frontier, these are the voyages of the social network. It seems that Facebook has become the philosopher of our generation. No more simple "stay in touch" or "look at my kid's new trick" posts, people are taking the "what's on your mind?" literally and posting what's on "their minds". They have been posting a ray of ridiculous and out of context tacky philosophical sentences that supposing reflects their thoughts. The problem is... It's not really theirs.
So when does a thought becomes your own?
Does it have to be an original?
Can someone have a non-original philosophical thought?
And what if you thought it's an original but it's not?
Are these questions philosophical?
Hey there's a philosophical thought, maybe I should post these questions on Facebook.
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