Is no philosophy better than any philosophy? I'm talking about any kind of a personal philosophy or guide to living your life here so politics, economics and religion would all be included. Of course, on a larger scale there have to be some organizing principles for politics and economics but on a personal level I would say that no philosophy is better than any philosophy. Being locked in to any philosophy is limiting and divisive so it's always better to be practical and take things on an ad hock basis. No religion is better than any religion since you can always appeal to your better nature. Government works better when there is less "politics" and more cooperation, economics works better when there is a mix of philosophies than when there is not. So, it seems the less you have guiding principles the better off you are. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! Thoughts?