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  • The meanings of life as suggested by Vonnegut in the "Sirens of Titan".

     

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ID number:215812
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Published: 26.05.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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Through the ages philosophers have attempted to answer the question of the meaning of life. Why are we here? Far off is there a god or multiple gods controlling us for some greater plan? The human race will most likely ponder this question for the remainder of (human) life on earth, but to help us out, Kurt Vonnegut has thrown his own ideas out to the feeding frenzy of philosophical criticism. Vonnegut has put his answer to the big questions out for the world to see in his book, The Sirens of Titan. The Sirens of Titan, for all its wondering, futurity, and concern with larger, abstract que…

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