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Logic, Russell, joke

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Is a "fair coin toss" a logical contradiction?

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Philosophers who were composers?

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A testable hypothesis where its negation is not testable?

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Are ordinal or cardinal infinities theories for real?

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Why do things have a front and a back?

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Free will and the Libet experiments

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To what extent are observations theory laden?

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What is the name of the fallacy: 'we cannot clearly distinguish one thing from another'?

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What are the objections to Wittgenstein's argument that semantics and syntax are the same?

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Did Aristotle write his works?

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Can someone explain this Wittgenstein joke?

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What criticisms of Wittgenstein's philosophy of language have been offered?

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Did Kant believe that the a priori truths don't coincide with the necessary truths?

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How is (A → B) → C different from A → (B → C)?

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Do humans make decisions based on logic or emotions?

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Avoiding McTaggart's infinite regress

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Is it possible that I see color differently?

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Would two identical people ever be able to communicate successfully?

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Is it immoral to buy / own / sell stock in an evil company?

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Is mathematics as pure as originally thought?

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What are the properties of Mathematical Objects?

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If V, then W. If W and X, then Y or Z. Not Y. Not Z. How to deduce the conclusion?

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How do we know if a mathematical proof is valid?

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If supposing that a statement is false gives rise to a paradox, does this prove that the statement is true?

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If the Platonic world exists how would we know?

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Propostions examples

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Are the laws of order and chaos in our universe unequal? How did that ratio come to be set? Can we scientifically measure that ratio/constant?

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Can the history of science be used to derive a philosophy of science, with regard to Kuhn's philosophy?

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Does the mind only conceive of one object at a time?