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What is the importance of philosophy?

Asked by T. Lopez, Last updated: Sep 14, 2020

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Chris Evins

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Chris Evins, College Student, Schooling, Wolverhampton

Answered Sep 30, 2019

Philosophy is connected with wisdom, intellectual culture, and the thirst for knowledge. All cultures and educated societies ask philosophical questions. The notion of philosophy finds a logical inquiry into complex matters such as reality, morality, and the meaning of life.

Philosophy is connected with wisdom, intellectual culture, and the thirst for knowledge. All
Philosophy offers the framework for which man can understand the world and discover the truth. Five significant branches of philosophy can be separated into fields of study, which would be metaphysics, epistemology, logic, math, science, and value theory. These principles will sometimes overlap with each other. These often incorporate science, religion, or mathematics.

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C. Reyes

C. Reyes

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Answered Sep 17, 2019

The importance of philosophy is so much that its reflection can be seen in people's life, and its impacts can be felt in society. It is annoying how people are comfortable living unguided; doing all sorts of irrational things. This is happening because many people do not understand the huge impact of the mind that exists in them. One of the importance of philosophy is that it makes you a better person. The study of philosophy will make you aware of every step you take. Philosophy isn't just about thinking but rational thinking.

The importance of philosophy is so much that its reflection can be seen in people's life, and
When you engage your mind, it has a way of pushing you far ahead of others, because you already have solutions to what they don't know. Philosophy is also important because it makes us understand our world. As a matter of fact, there are so many things about this life we would have had no explanation for, if not for the huge contributions of philosophy.

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