Essays about Philosophy

The study of fundamental and general problems is philosophy. For example, problems related to knowledge, mind, existence, reason, reality, language and values. Philosophy is different from reality because it relies and focuses mainly on a rational argument of matters. In other words, the philosophy of …

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The first characteristic of African philosophy is that it requires us to be reasonable when thinking about and discussing matters of importance. His point is here is that in as much as one is willing to give clear, logical and defensible arguments, there should as …

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Language is a set of symbols which used by mankind in order to communicate with one another. Language aids a person to express his or her thought or feelings. According to Aristotle, the distinguishing component of human dialect is its semantic scope. He considers that …

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How does Mill’s conception of a representative government attempt to prevent the ‘tyranny of the majority’ and dull the radical implications of utilitarianism? Introduction With any essay on a political thinker it is probably a necessity to start with a brief introduction to their personal …

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Michael Kevin Edgar B. Mangao 1POL3 A Review Journal on Karunungan for Logic Alfredo P. Co Doing Philosophy in the Philippines: Fifty Years Ago and Fifty Years from Now A Review Journal The Article centers on the flourish of Philosophy in the Philippines, how it …

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Introduction This essay will demonstrate that an understanding of the historical context surrounding a political philosophy text is an essential part of interpreting the assertions it makes. The essay will discuss two philosophers, one whose work is believed to demonstrate this necessity, and another whose …

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God: Does He Exist? Philosophy is a subject that can take many twists and turns before it finds an answer to a general question (Wippel, Wolter 335). God is real to many, but not real to others. Some believe that there is sufficient evidence such …

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According to Sartre, a philosopher from the World War II and Cold War eras, people will create the world around them, thus manipulating their lives. By doing this, they create certain limitations, while also creating more possibilities. Sartre created his philosophical theory at a time …

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CONTENTS Chapter INTRODUCTION 1. POSTMODERNISM: AN ANALYSIS 1. 1 What is Postmodernism? 1. 1. 1 Origin of Postmodernism 1. 1. 2 Modernism Vs Postmodernism 1. 1. 2. 1 Postmodernity Begins where Modernity Ends 1. 1. 2. 2 Postmodernism is a Continuation of Modernism 1. 1. …

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The world that we know today has come a long way since the 1900’s. If we think about the number of philosophers and psychologists that have made discoveries and hypothesis about the things around them in connection with their ideals, principals and values, we can …

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