[CONTEXT] I started a self-education plan to learn computer science from foundations. then, I found my self in need to learn electrical engineering, after that I understant that I should learn Physics -essentially Electromagnetism- the thing that requires mathematics -essentially Calculus (derivations, integrals..)-.. here I found myself in a really huge quantity of knowledge that makes me wondering about its foundations and I was truly surprised how much the foundations of maths are related to philosophy.. all this transitions are motivated by my desire of checking the foundations of any new discipline and this what guided me -obviously- to Philosophy.. [CONTEXT] So, is philosophy the source or the foundation of all sciences.. what is the foundations of philosophy?.. can psychology explain to me how philosophizing is done?
So, is philosophy the source or the foundation of all sciences.. what is the foundations of philosophy?.. can psychology explain to me how philosophizing is done?
You can find the following quote in the following link.
One morning Sri Bhagavan quoted from a journal the following sentence: "Where psychology ends, philosophy begins" and added his own remark, "Where philosophy ends spirituality begins."
This means, the subject itself is the foundation of philosophy. When each subject ends, its philosophy begins.
Philosophy is traditionally considered as the "mother" of all other disciplines. It is also true that when you get deeply into the foundations of nearly any discipline, it begins to overlap with philosophy, which is why the doctorate for most disciplines is called the Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD).
The foundation of philosophy is the question "Why?"