(2) You can't break even.

(3) You can't even quit the game.

-- Ginsberg's Theorem

Every major philosophy that attempts to make life seem meaningful

is based on the negation of one part of Ginsberg's Theorem. To wit:

(1) Capitalism is based on the assumption that you can win.

(2) Socialism is based on the assumption that you can break even.

(3) Mysticism is based on the assumption that you can quit the game.

-- Freeman's Commentary on Ginsberg's theorem

- 1) You can't win.
(2) You can't break even.
(3) You can't even quit the game.

-- Ginsberg's Theorem Every major philosophy that attempts to make life seem meaningful is based on the negation of one part of Ginsberg's Theorem.... - Ginsberg's Theorem:
(1) You can't win.
(2) You can't break even.

(3) You can't even quit the game. Freeman's Commentary on Ginsberg's theorem... - Ginsberg's Theorem
1) You can't win.
2) You can't break even.

3) You can't even quit the game.... - Capitalism is based on the assumption that you can win.
- Ginsberg's Theorems: 1) You can't win. 2) You can't break even.

3) You can't even quit the game.... - 1) You can't win; 2) You can't break even; 3) You can't even quit the game.

-- Ginsberg's Theorem... - Capitalism says you can win, Socialism says you can break even, and Religion says you can join another game.