There are 4 ”noble truths” within buddhism, Three of them is
1) to live is to suffer (Dukha), 2) suffering is caused by desire (Tanha, or “attachment”), 3) one can eliminate suffering by eliminating all attachments/Desires
The fourth one is that these three are achieved by the 8-fold path, but you don’t have to go further to see the philosophical fallacy within buddhism,
To live is to suffer, -2. Suffering is caused by attachments/desire- 3. to be free from suffering you need to be free from Desire/Attachment
Question: Then why do you desire to be free from suffering?
To be free from suffering you need to be free from desire, for desire causes suffering, but how can you be free from suffering by being free from desire, if you desire to be free from suffering?
There is a Law within philosophy called ”The Law of non-contriction” which you can test…
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