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6 votes

Would philosophy be useless if there were a box of answers?

5 votes
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In what realm do mathematics objects exist according to Platonists?

4 votes

Why doesn't Searle's argument apply against humans?

3 votes

What is it called to consider the whole to be the fundamental block of reality rather than its parts?

2 votes

Can time be understood conceptually without experiencing it?

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What are some strong arguments that argue that apriori knowledge doesn't exist?

1 vote

Can time slow down when you are traveling to or exploring a historic destination?

1 vote
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Metaphysics beyond quantum physics

1 vote

Question About Shoemaker's Thought Experiment (Time Without Change)

1 vote
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Where do neutral monist believes that the innate nature of things lie?

1 vote

How does panpsychism explain that the universe is conscious?

1 vote

Isn’t ‘color’ itself an abstract noun?

1 vote

Where is it that I go when I dream?

1 vote

Infinity mirror?

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A question about the Ludwing Boltzmann idea of a scientific theory expressed in the book "On the significance of theories(1890)"

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Are Thomas Breuer's subjective decoherence and Scott Aaronson's freebits with Knightian freedom the same things in essence?

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Is Plato's ideal world comparable to heaven?

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Is loving someone essentially selfish?

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Are there a finite number of ideas?

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I read lots of introduction books about philosophy, now I want to learn more. Reccomend some books thar are not too basic or too advanced

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Who can really work on interpreting quantum mechanics and the standard model of particle physics?

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Why does mathematics manage to represent a function of reality?

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Is it possible to enumerate metaphysical hypotheses?

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What does Nietzsche mean by "there are no facts, only interpretations"?

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Why should one accept trivial claims without evidence?

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Can inductive reasoning support the beginning of the universe?

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Tarski's sufficient conditions for the Liar paradox and self-reference

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Is truth singular or not?

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Logical/mathematical (non-physical) arguments against simulation hypothesis?

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Why is action abstract?