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

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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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Aristotle's Golden Balance - bad for the economy?

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Roadmap for self study in philosophy

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Is parapsychology a science?

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

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What are your thoughts on P=NP [closed]

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

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

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Who was the first philosopher to describe approximation?

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How do you measure the probability of something not known?

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Who was the first philosopher to describe what we now call artificial intelligence?

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Is it rational for heterosexuals to be proud that they were born heterosexual? [closed]

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

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Should entities only percievable through microscopes be considered unobservables?

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What is the most accurate definition of logic?

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Can probability amplitudes be used as credences?

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Does the last man hate work?

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Position on postmodern philosophy in modern society

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

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Is Russell's Paradox a semantic paradox or a syntactic paradox?

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Question on extra Sensory perception

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Are there any application of topos theory to philosophy?

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Obvious wrongness of Aristotle

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Is the B-theory of time only compatible with an infinitely renewing cyclical reality?

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Can LLMs have intention?

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What happened to the science of wisdom? [closed]

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Are explanations entailments?

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How might a physicist define 'mind' using concepts of physics?

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Is there such a thing as objective beauty? [duplicate]

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Is my existence contingent in experiences of nausea, and if so what is authenticity?

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Are your memories part of you?

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Is there a paradox in the proof of Godel's incompleteness theorem?

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According to Atheistic/Agnostic Worldviews, what is the basis for morality? [duplicate]

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Is all rigor mathematical in nature?

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What is a 'fact' for early Wittgenstein?

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Can the capitalist class, as individuals, relate to proletarians in non-abusive ways?

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Do general "oughts" imply "cans"?

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Adapting "exotic" quantifiers to deontic-temporal logic

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Under physicalism, should I still be sad if my murdered wife is replaced with a perfect clone?

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Is this a paradox or a mistake? [closed]

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Do meanings of statements exist?

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How can we know if the Apollonian and Dionysian really exist?

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Will it be right to enslave AI?

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How do skeptics explain axioms not being arbitrary?

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Kant's definition of the imagination, B151

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Physical reality of physics properties

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Need help understanding how certain mathemetical statements across the landscape can seemingly contradict (e.g. Cantor-Hume vs Euclid)


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