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Could God be a natural being?

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How do numbers and quantities relate in Aristotle's philosophy?

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How to interpret sleep in metaphysical solipsism?

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Question regarding Existentialism

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What type of reasoning is this? Abduction, inference to the best explanation, induction?

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If a proposition is necessarily true, does it follow that it's a tautology?

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Can set elements be predicated of objects?

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Is there a fallacy for "A doesn't work very well, therefore B is better than A"?

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Is parapsychology a science?

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Is there only one viable definition of the logical connectives?

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Can information exist without a carrier?

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What is the use in arguing for or against the existence of metaphysical things?

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Is there a unified scientific method, anything in addition to its demarcation from pseudo science?

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Can meaning is use be the conclusion of an inductive argument?

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How does determinism or eternal existence affect how “lucky” something is?

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The Self-Undermining Arguments from Disagreement

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Is Blaise Pascal's approach to "curing unbelief" in the proposition that God exists philosophically sound?

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Should entities only percievable through microscopes be considered unobservables?

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How can I understand vacuous truth?

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Is it epistemologically self-consistent to use the scientific method to justify some beliefs and non-scientific justifications for others?

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Has any philosopher written about how our reasoning relies on subtly incompatible assumptions depending on the kind of question we are asking?

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How do you measure the probability of something not known?

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What is the one true universal definition of knowledge? [closed]

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How does human intelligence differ from Searle's chinese room?

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How do you prove mathematical induction without the notion of a set?

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How can Kantianism prove the existence of perfect duties?

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deontic logics without agency

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If the supernatural were real, would we be able to study it scientifically?

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Philosophical question about space, time, space-time and the arrow of time

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“Give something a name, and it becomes a thing.”

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Did what I do in this game constitute a logical fallacy or not?

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Roadmap for self study in philosophy

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Aristotle's Golden Balance - bad for the economy?

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Why is the argument from synthetic a priori cognition to the subjectivity of what is cognized independent of the "appearance" premise?

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Books to self-study Immanuel Kant

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What are your thoughts on P=NP [closed]

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Can probability amplitudes be used as credences?

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What is the philosophical ground for distinguishing logic and mathematics?

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Is intuitionistic logic conflicted, and thus not the one true logic?

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Who was the first philosopher to describe approximation?

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Is there any word "Numerical power" in sociology?

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Does the last man hate work?

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What is the most accurate definition of logic?

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If nothing existed, would even the fact that nothing exists not exist either?

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What did Marcus Aurelius mean in Book II Verse VI

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For Agnostic philosophers, 'God' is a placeholder for anything that science can not explain? [closed]

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Position on postmodern philosophy in modern society

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What do humans do uniquely, that computers apparently will not be able to?


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