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Philosophy and the seven arts
Philosophy and the seven arts

Philosophy is the study of general and fundamental questions, such as those about reason, existence, knowledge, values, mind, and language. Such questions are often posed as problems to be studied or resolved. Philosophical methods include questioning, critical discussion, rational argument, and systematic presentation.[1]

Philosophy categories[edit | edit source]

Philosophy(30 cats, 211 pgs)
Causes(1 cat)
Continental philosophy(1 cat, 3 pgs)
Critical theory(5 pgs)
E4D(11 pgs)
Epistemology(9 pgs)
Ethics(12 cats, 25 pgs)
Happiness(1 cat, 23 pgs)
History of Philosophy(1 cat, 25 pgs)
Identity(4 pgs)
Logic(12 cats, 77 pgs, 1 file)
Medical ethics(5 pgs)
Metaphysics(1 cat, 5 pgs)
Mythology(3 cats, 6 pgs)
Philosophers(4 cats, 3 pgs)
Philosophy of Mind(5 pgs)
Philosophy of religion(1 cat, 6 pgs)
Philosophy of science(5 cats, 20 pgs)
Philosophy stubs(6 pgs)
Relosophy(2 pgs)
Tektology(6 pgs)
Virtues(35 pgs)
What Matters(42 pgs)

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