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What makes unsolved philosophical problems unsolvable?

They are totally solvable.

The only people who say otherwise are impotent bureaucrats who have strong incentives not to solve them and couldn’t even if they wanted to.

People who say that philosophy is a "never ending dialogue" or say that, in philosophy, "there are no right answers" are morons who are entrenched or trying to become entrenched in bureaucracies whose existence depends on their hiding solutions, as opposed to creating them.

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