I don't ever expect to get a CO suicide kit from a pharmacy, but the technology is available to committ suicide. But fine with me if it happens.
More disturbing is that someone other than my designated persons (a judge instead?) would get to decide my soundness.
Not a valid answer however.
Why is it fine with you? Should they be considered a murderer and charged as such? After all they did knowingly help kill someone, and who knows why they really helped. Or if they pushed the other person into it.
If you aren't mentally sound should you be given the choice on whether you want to kill yourself or not? Why? Isn't the simple fact that you want to kill yourself proof that you might not be mentally sound enough to be able to make that decision.
Here's the thing though, you can't just say "I don't ever expect to get a CO suicide kit from a pharmacy, but the technology is available to committ suicide. But fine with me if it happens." That's not an actual argument or reason for your position.
You have to provide an argument or a rational reason why or why not. And since, by your criteria, philosophy is useless you can't use that to make your argument. So as Azdgari said "Good Luck".
Also I notice that you haven't actually done a single thing to support your claim about philosophy being useless. You've just said it, and badly.
Philosoohy asks a lot of questions that can't be answered.
Aside from the obvious spelling error, this is patently wrong. Every question can be answered. Not with a hundred percent certainty, but every question can be answered as far as I am aware. This is similiar to when theists try to claim that science can't answer all the questions. Unless you have developed some form of omniscience that I am currently unaware of you can't honestly make such a claim.
Even if it couldn't answer questions, you don't show how this supports your overall claim.
Waste of time, not science.
"Waste of time" is an unsupported claim with no backing. Also this sentence carries with it the implication that anything that isn't science is inherently a waste of time in your view. I'm fairly certain you didn't actually mean that but felt I'd point it out that it's structured to be easily misinterpreted.
It may have been of some use to Greeks. When we did not gave a lot of tools for measuring.
Again, this is just a statement made out of ignorance and does nothing to make any actual point about the value of philosophy.
So I have to ask, did you actually have a valid point to support your position? Or is that a red arrow I see dangling over your name?