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44 votes

If I said I had $100 when asked, but I actually had $200, would I be lying by omission?

29 votes

Was Robin Hood's point of view ethically sound?

16 votes
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What makes things real?

8 votes

"God doesn't play with dice": does QM's randomness really contradict religion?

8 votes

"There is no difference, if no difference can be detected"

7 votes

Using the Duck-Typing method in scientific context

6 votes

What is a philosophical interpretation of Bayes’s theorem when one of the probabilities is zero?

5 votes

Why do they say I am committing a fallacy when I am just insulting someone?

4 votes

What fallacy is this? “This happened, therefore there must be good reasons for it”

3 votes

If you used intuitionistic logic in real life, would you not sound absurd?

3 votes

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

3 votes

Why isn't the dictum "something can't come from nothing" a matter of consensus?

3 votes

Would an all-powerful God still be all-powerful if they can never do evil?

3 votes

Is there a name for the fallacy whereby the other party to the debate only suggests, does not articulate, what their point is?

3 votes

How much mathematics and formal logic is needed to pursue graduate studies in Philosophy?

3 votes

Is it possible to imagine a color one has never seen before?

3 votes
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Should we place our own good before our nation's good?

2 votes

What fallacy dismisses problems by making it specific to the critic?

2 votes

Is Empiricism "False"?

2 votes
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Is a dog from the present considered to be the same thing as the same dog 1 sec in the future?

2 votes

Is reductio ad absurdum a fallacy?

2 votes

(Why) is this negative outlook on the concept of philosophy misguided?

2 votes

Is there a way to tell if something is science versus pseudoscience?

1 vote

Why is it impossible for a program or AI to have semantic understanding?

1 vote

Falsifiability of nutcase theories that rest upon sensible theories

1 vote

When does "zero" exist?

1 vote

Two positions at once is logically impossible

1 vote

In what contexts or disciplines does "One may assume X" imply "One may ignore the possibility of any statement contrary to X being true"?

1 vote

Do we have a name for the following axiom?: We can never know for sure whether we know everything that exists

1 vote

Who am I? Mind, body, mind and body or something else?