Historical introduction to philosophy

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Plato's cave. Do our perceptions reveal reality or just a shadow of reality?
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Welcome to Historical Introduction to Philosophy.

Introduction: What is Philosophy?[edit | edit source]

Philosophy of Religion[edit | edit source]

Epistemology[edit | edit source]

The Philosophy of Mind[edit | edit source]

Free-will and Determinism[edit | edit source]

Ethics[edit | edit source]

Metaphysics[edit | edit source]

What exists, what are the most general properties of things, is there a god, is life an illusion, what can be said to be real?

Logic[edit | edit source]

See Also[edit | edit source]

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