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Your question has a simple answer. Long answers on matters as wide as this just add confusion and incoherence. Philosophy is the root discipline dealing with all knowledge. Philosophy deals about the final truth. Science is just one type of knowledge, featured by the scientific method. Science deals about empirical truth. Example: thermodynamics describe ...


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Analytical philosophers of today represent a tribe the members of which gather around the totem pole murmuring a language that only they can use during their passtime conversation called "rational argumentation".Their primordial concern is to make a living out of these nonsensical utterances and their low self esteem enhances the urge towards a "unified ...


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The paper linked to argues that Hegel is a nonfoundationalist, not because his political views are not valid, not certain but mere persuasion: Hegel on the whole does not seem to take the position that his views are merely meant to persuade, that they are but an interpretation we are free to accept or reject. It would be difficult, then, to argue he was a ...


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