Studied in the history of Ideas, becoming more proficient in a method of objective philosophy. Practising this in different category & subjects enables better orderly searching for new or existing answers.
Why do subjective philosophers believe in their closed type "love of wisdom" but find it hard to believe in any knowledge^ within any ?
philosophy or any philosophy Category^ ?
They chase-fame (their-love-of-wisdom) but DO NOT contribute to it...
Do they hate free and open critical philosophy that much, giving
even more blatant "spin" when they murmur that philosophy uses
"THE critical Method" ? (as general SPIN & BLUFF).. ?
Is this why they here CANNOT WRITE ABOUT and give philosophy
"Environmental Philosophy ?3 AnswersPhilosophy2 weeks ago
Is "Intelligent Design" philosophy plump in open possibilities much more
so than Scientific (Darwinian) biological Selection?6 AnswersPhilosophy4 weeks ago
E.g Present Darwinian selection versus Intelligent design?
See the Q. What are the two types of philosophy mistakes... ? third update
where the-sample-category of MATHEMATICS CAN BE SUB-DIVIDED from
old "selection" into new "design" mode.
E.g. Y. Zhang's finite-bound-proof (selection) from Twin prime conjecture(design).
(Zhang's proof weaker than the Twin prime intelligent conjecture, so to speak.
Weak proofs and strong conjectures can be the preserve of philosophy which
may select strong resilient knowledge over/ from weaker information).3 AnswersPhilosophy1 month ago
What are they ?1 AnswerPhilosophy1 month ago
Why is the search for philosophy truth not too difficult to find, and not too difficult to recognise?
If it was say impossible wouldn't philosophy by now be... "extinct", as a discipline ?5 AnswersPhilosophy1 month ago
Initially subjective philosophy ?
This is a valid question using modern biology science, where science can
further our understanding of both a mistake-in-philosophy and a success-
in-philosophy. See Youtube Stanford science lecture "Introduction to Human
Behavioural Biology" with Robert Sapolsky.
If you cannot figure why we can-lose-purpose, and to describe how to spot
the tell-tale signs where the losing of a Purpose or of an Aim means that
ones work flounders in-the-philosophy method taught...
Reading down in the comments to this lecture where in comment 12 down
it's said "When you pay too much attention to boundaries, you don't see the
big picture. All you see are categories."
And, "There's a corollary to that, When you pay too LITTLE to boundaries
you lose yourself in the big picture. YOU LOSE PURPOSE."3 AnswersPhilosophy2 months ago
Can philosophy help ?
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That of knowledge via the independent category of.. "Philosophy"?
One of the open (free) areas of inquiry.1 AnswerReligion & Spirituality2 months ago
Unlike the philosophy for example of Yuval Noah Harari ?
1) That we don't have freewill, (we do).
2) That if we learn HOW to deal with failure we can learn-from-our mistakes.
2) We here especially more from our Answers than from our Questions asked,
we may believe.
That is we can learn more about our failures and mistakes, revising these
over time to ask more pertinent Questions. And some religious philosophers
commentators have taken this-to-the-extreme in that they have answered many
more questions than they have asked... to the point where some have asked
Zero Questions. They are "answer rich" so to speak, and continue to
answer questions without adding-to-their meagre total of unknown (Question)
We may say of such religious philosophers that like Harari they have learned
HOW to deal with failure as they have learned-from-their mistakes.
And Harari may have more Questions to ask (especially so if he were here
on Yahoo Answers) but DO THOSE religious philosophers above WHO
HAVE answered many more questions here than they have asked questions?
I have previously said that "no" because they may Have learned HOW to
deal with their failures but that they HAVE NOT LEARNED FROM THEIR
Like I propose Yuval Noah Harari has not learned-from-his-mistake
concerning freewill ; and the resultant Almost self-perpetuating
Unlike for example the open-book (authoritative) history since the ancient Greeks,
Plato and all ?3 AnswersPhilosophy2 months ago
When that fence is being made from.. Barbed Wire ?
Why not use their "critical method" cushions they have-been-issued ?4 AnswersPhilosophy2 months ago
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What takes precedent ?6 AnswersPhilosophy3 months ago