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Harvey, What Is Your Opinion About Philosophy In General And

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Posted by Alexander on October 4, 2001 21:23:04 UTC

about philosophers?

I mean, do philosofers believe that they create correct explanation of how universe works? (If not, what is it they feel they produce?) If so, where do they get information for this? Do they use discoveries in physics and mathematics to create/ correct/ change their viewpoints? If so, do they consider a philosophy to be more fundamental that physics or vice versa?

And, what is a philosophy, after all?

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