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I once had this classmate in philosophy class...

And we were supposed to discuss what education means to us. This guy just said "well if someone doesn't have education then they're not human. They are like animals to me." I was a little shocked at this statement and and asked if I heard correctly. His answer was " Obviously someone like you wouldn't understand such a complex topic."

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Bring back old valve philosophy on trading!
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24F. Painfully awkward, unironically listens to Nickelback, and has degrees in Philosophy and Anthropology that I’ll probably never use. The only thing flatter than my chest is my face. Do your worst.
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A philosophy for the new (young) investor

"Why did I not buy x in March, I could have a 250% return right now" "Damn, I should've poured my entire fucking life savings into $BITCH when I saw that DD post on it a week ago" "I should've just held, sold way too early and now it's up $3" Been seeing a lot of posts along the lines of these statements for the past few weeks. The volatility of the market bestowing random lotto wins upon a handful of risk takers, who then proceed to (justifiably) claim bragging rights along with their newfound cash isn't helping the issue. People will, of course, daydream themselves into a similar scenario, and the likelihood of a large, UNeducated gamble increases with each "missed" opportunity perceived.

For those of you who are in your university years or a little past, we're looking at most likely a baseline hourly wage of $12.50 (CA assumption). This is what you'd be standing on your feet for 8 hours a day to earn, a daily intake of roughly $80 after taxes, all the while dealing with the du

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Philosophy on a whole 'nother level
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Philosophy Tube on Twitter: "calling it now - when the UK does an embarrassing second lockdown in a month’s time people will blame the protestors as a tactic to delegitimise them and draw flak away from the government" twitter.com/PhilosophyTub…
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Life philosophy with Keanu v.redd.it/kict1b4udb251
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TIL the Japanese work philosophy of β€œkaizen”, where people constantly seek to find ways to improve methods instead of just doing it the same way lifehacker.com/get-better…
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I’ve been noticing a trend in Japanese games that movement and controls tend to be more precise, while not focusing as much on realism as western games. Any insight about this difference in philosophy, or evidence to the contrary?

This came to my mind as I played MGS V for the first time. It was my first Metal Gear Solid game, and I was quite alarmed by how... snappy Snake’s movement was. I mean he felt sharp to control, he did exactly what you wanted him to which I wasn’t used to from open world games set in relatively realistic settings. There was no stumbling uphill, no getting stuck on world geometry, no effort to look like how a real person would move, Snake just followed my orders and did as he was told. It was super refreshing actually.

I realized a lot of other Japanese games control this way too: Yakuza, Final Fantasy, Dark Souls, Resident Evil etc. A lot of western games on the other hand seem to have looser controls in favor of looking realistic and giving the vibe that it’s a real person walking down the street. GTA is a perfect example, your character feels so easily affected by the world around them. You can fall down a flight of stairs, recoil when you run into someone, struggle to walk uphill,

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Your force philosophy just got yeeted
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When Naruto went against Nagato in Philosophy during the Pain Arc
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The Philosophy of Antifa | Philosophy Tube youtu.be/bgwS_FMZ3nQ
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Isn't anarcho communism redundant, since communism is an anarchist philosophy?

Communism, in its higher phase, seeks the abolition of state. It's, in a way, an anarchist philosophy.

Why have the distinction of "anarcho-communism" in the first place?

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Do you think somewhere out there is an undead who dabbled in philosophy and realized he is the sole creator of his purpose and meaning in life and therefore never went hollow ?

As the undead become hollow because they lose their purpose in life and as the tenets of Optimistic Nihilism argue that purpose isn't birthed out of the commands of some omnipotent diety or created out of thin air but instead is to be found in the trenches of everyday living, that is the thing which no-one can take from you.

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We don’t have a president, or a plan - 60 days into the coronavirus crisis, the White House does not have a plan, a framework, a philosophy, or a goal. vox.com/2020/5/13/2125522…
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In the 1930s, logical positivist Rudolf Carnap launched a notorious attack on Martin Heidegger, trying to logically demonstrate the "meaningless" of Heidegger's philosophy youtu.be/5Bs62b2S_lw
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Looking for adult, well-written sci-fi (opera/politics/philosophy)

I've been getting into sci-fi lately but all of the recommendations have not been my cup of tea really. Someone recommended the Palladium Wars series. Its good, but the writing is too simple for me. I hope this isn't perceived as condescending, but if a 10-year-old can read it, It really can't interest me.

Criteria I'm looking for: war, politics, space-opera dialogue, morality, etc.

Any recommendations for a more mature sci-fi book/series that has some more sophisticated prose/diction to boast?

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Jim Ross on WWE stockpiling talent because of AEW: "To me, that was very short sighted. It also tells me that maybe people there don’t have total confidence in their own management philosophy. WWE? they’re the f*cking NFL, right!? They didn’t need to stockpile everybody in the world." wrestlingnews.co/wwe-news…
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TIL about the concept of Shuhari, a Japanese philosophy on learning. The student first follows the rules (Shu), seeks to break the rules (Ha), then becomes the rules (Ri) as they have achieved mastery and the rules are no longer necessary. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shu…
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Sylas's ult is a better execution of the "think about each situation before you approach" philosophy than aphelios's entire kit

Disclaimer: I'm not saying either of them is or isn't balanced. They've both had their times where they were ridiculously overtuned.

When Aphelios was first introduced, Riot presented him as a super gigabrain champion for turbointellectual hypergamers, who would have to carefully consider how to approach any given situation based on what gun he had, what other gun he had, what gun he was going to get next, and what each of them did passively and with their Qs, and how they interacted with his ult.

But really you just shoot them with your bubble guns and win because every gun synergizes with every other gun lmao

I think Sylas's ult is a better example of something that makes you think about how you want to approach a situation. From the start you have to think about whether or not you even want to pick Sylas based on what ults the enemy team has. Generally you can make use of at least a couple ults, especially if you're further down the pick line and get to see a bunch of what the en

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Randomly bragging about reading philosophy is cool!
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Dentist Philosophy
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The pandemic exposes the truth: Right-wing "individualism" is just selfish garbage: "Every man is an island" was an alluring right-wing philosophy β€” until folks were marooned indefinitely at home salon.com/2020/05/14/the-…
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I think separating philosophy from math and science was probably the worst thing that could have happened to humanity.

Most people can’t think abstractly so they anthropomorphize abstractions and it’s turned them into shallow black and white, dot-to-dot thinkers who have to use force to get their way because they’ve lost the ability to reason and are relatively impervious to thought anyway. They focus on the β€œwhat” but not the β€œwhy” behind it, and it’s power-hungry rule mongers like priests and politicians who benefit from that.

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On January 12th 2018, Bungie published a new philosophy for how Destiny 2 would work going forward

https://www.bungie.net/en/News/Article/46567

The key part of this is: > Eververse > We recognize that the scales are tipped too far towards Tess at the moment, and Eververse was never intended to be a substitute for end game content and rewards. So, we’ll be making three changes for upcoming Seasons:

>* We’re shifting the balance of new content in favor of activity rewards over Bright Engrams. This includes adding Ghosts, Sparrows, and ships (to date found only in Bright Engrams) to achievement reward pools.

>* We'll provide a gameplay path to earn Bright Engrams and all contained rewards (including Event Engrams).

>* We’ll give players more direct purchase options and make adjustments to Bright Engrams to allow players to get the items they want more often.

Though I think they fell short in providing valuable ones often outside of eververse, they did for things like zero hour ship, whisper ship, spire of stars emote, the leviathan ghost, and the scourge sparrow. T

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the philosophy of each quadrant according to this sub
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Honestly, I'm excited for the High Republic era if only so it completely refutes Rian Johnson's "the Jedi were nothing but failures" philosophy. Seeing an era in which the Jedi are the classic heroes Obi-Wan talked about will be refreshing, regardless of whether the stories are good or bad.
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LOL Breadtube VIP Philosophy Tube is being roasted as being a "class reductionist" for posting this

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The DHS Inspector General Claimed to Have a Philosophy PhD. He Doesn’t. | As Trump fires agency watchdogs, one of his most important appointees has exaggerated his credentials. motherjones.com/politics/…
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Studying philosophy at university; a bad decision?

This post is really personal as my family has lately been in a huge fight over my cousin's, David, decision to study philosophy after he graduates highschool. I support his decision but I am literally the only one, as my whole family is against it, it resulted in fights, abusive behaviours from my family members and such. David had to lie to family members in order to follow his dream and even though everything is now settled, the atmosphere is terrible. His mother said that he wasted his life.

Their arguments are: -He will change his mind and stop liking philosophy after studying it -He will never find a job (David wants to be a philosophy teacher for now) -(About him wanting a teacher) he will find it too hard -Philosophy is too vague to be understood or studied -David was good at science so he should have studied this

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Philosophy is an amazing thing
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The new arena is aesthetically different from the overall philosophy of the game. It looks like a kindergarten playground instead of a battle arena. It's too bright and colorful, not easy on the eyes at all unlike the dragon's lair. Overall 3/10 arena. What do you guys think?
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Dawnblade 2.0 concept for Destiny with a revised philosophy.

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Revising how I build 2.0 Skill Trees and embracing Bungie's philosophy

As I've slowly revealed my skill trees and have taken the community feedback to heart, I've made some revisions. Not just to the skill trees themselves, but how I go about creating trees in general. Bungie told us that when they changed the format of skill trees, it was to make sure every perk you were using worked with each other. For example, in Destiny 1, Striker had a perk called Aftershocks that increased the duration of Pulse grenades, Lightning grenades, and Aftermath. The issue is, what if I was running Flashbang grenades and Death From Above? Aftershocks would be completely wasted. With the current system,, no perk is wasted and all trees live

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I wasn’t expecting a philosophy lesson with this bowl.
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I've officially exhausted my mind's desire to take spirituality and philosophy so "seriously".

Fuck, man. It's so exhausting.

It seems like there tends to be this internal narrative of me being on a "hero's journey" to achieve "enlightenment" and it's getting exhausting. It's ridiculous! I don't want to be on a hero's journey anymore! I don't want to be self-absorbed! I don't want to be under the impressions that I'm on some sort of "spiritual mission"! I don't want to feel as if I "know", because I fucking don't! I don't want to feel like I'm speaking to "God"! I don't want to conceptualize or intellectualize that concept anymore!

I don't want to become "enlightened"! I don't want to take myself so damn seriously! I just want to BE!

And thinking back on it, this was the theme of my most recent mushroom trip a few months back. It essentially made me realize:

  1. I don't know anything, and I certainly don't read enough.
  2. Because I have a learning and motivation disability that prevents me from reading regularly, I should probably see a doctor for tha
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Black Philosophy Reading List

Hey all! I (like most of you, I'm sure) am worried about the state of race relations in America. I am in a mid-sized university town where our protests were so peaceful that people thanked the cops on their way out (covid removing a more radical young population may have had something to do with that also). I've been social media active, reposting and augmenting black voices, donating a few bucks to the bailout fund, etc. Everything feels so performative and effete.

The hopeless need philosophy, right? I've seen the helpful reading lists going around, but I'm wondering if there is anything that approaches philosophy. Something that links a black experience with questions of being or embodiment or social structure.

I found this article about phenomenology and race: [https://www.radicalphilosophyarchive.com/issue-files/rp95_article2_towardsaphenomenologyofracialembodiment_alcoff.pdf](https://www.radicalphilosophyarchive.com/issue-files/rp95_article2_towardsaphenomenologyofracialembo

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Love the philosophy.
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That's real philosophy
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What’s your philosophy on life?
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A radically revised metaphysics | Panpsychism lacks a sufficiently sophisticated definition of consciousness to provide an alternative to materialist monism. Classical Indian philosophy can guide contemporary panpyschists. iai.tv/video/a-history-of…
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I disagree w/ the β€œmy body, my choice” philosophy

It’s not just your body. There’s whole living being inside the womb. And I believe that men should have say because it’s their child as well, not just the woman’s. Men play a part in reproduction too, and they shouldn’t be cast aside in the matters of their offspring. I know I’ll catch heat but the whole β€œmy body” philosophy seems kinda selfish to me.

Edit: Situations such as rape are not included in this

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Bungie's "play the way you want but actually it's play the way we want you to play" philosophy since Shadowkeep's release has been one of their biggest misfires that has ultimately killed any enjoyment of the game.

Very sad to see the state the game is in right now with all the upcoming nerfs, artifact enabled Trials and the new Director's Cut being more empty, meaningless promises for a game with so much potential, among all the other issues that have plagued the game since Shadowkeep launched, all my excitement for Season of the Worthy is about as lively as Cayde. Sure, I'll still play the game at least casually, because the gameplay is good enough that I don't totally feel like I'm suffering while playing, but I could just move on to other, better games that actually are rewarding me for my time playing them (shoutout to Monster Hunter World).

Edit: I'm fully ready to eat my words if this next season turns out to be something and then the love/hate cycle shall repeat once more, but for now, expectations have been set.

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HP is the bedrock of Zionist philosophy
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I struggle with Math because i do not understand the idea and philosophy behind it

I'm getting a bit desperate, bear with me.

I've been planning to relearn math via Khan Academy from the 1+1 level, as i am horrible, horrible at math. However, just like in school i do not really understand what is going on, only following the formulas like a robot.

Is there a way to learn the idea of what math is? What a number is, why numbers exist, did math always exist, is math a form or did we make it up, etc etc! On an on til i reach stuff like the Munchausen trilemma and worse.

I simply cannot continue with math without being able to hold the idea of something in my head like with soft sciences. Please help me.

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[Image] Two philosophies to live by
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So, are you still convinced that the left is "stupid" and not malicious? Still hanging on that false philosophy, the Hanlon's Razor that you dearly love? Sure you do.
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Why you shouldn't be afraid of death (Ni/Ti philosophy)

Disclaimer: this is NOT a suicidal post. I don't approve suicide (although I understand the people who do it) because it's a selfish act that trades the suffering of your loves ones for the rest of their life just to end your own suffering. I've been extremely depressed and wished I wasn't born at all, but since we are here we might as well enjoy life to the fullest, because even in pure darkness there is some light. Video games, movies, drawing, philosophy helped me see beauty when I couldn't find any around me. And remember, you can always keep fighting one more minute, and minutes become days, days become years... Don't choose the easy way out, choose the right one, even if it's the hardest one.

After this unexpected inspiring introduction let's move on to the actual post, which I expect to be much more positive lol.

Well let's start by saying that if you believe in any religion (life after death, reincarnation or any other) then you shouldn't have any fear right? So I'll explain

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Most of Western philosophy praise and encourage the idea of rational and logical thinking. However, would it make sense to argue that there is such a thing as being too rational?

A while ago, I asked regarding whether emotions are the irrational side of reason as I am learning to explore the world of emotion in a way that I never expected before and I am realising its benefits.

This made me question my desire to be an advocate of reason as I was led to believe that logical and critical thinking should the most ideal path towards enlightenment, as I was provoked to think that way by many philosophers like Socrates, Kant, Descartes, Francis Bacon and so on.

But I was exposed to the idea of how we shape our reality which therefore shapes our way of reasoning even if two people are arguing about the same phenomenon in different ways (such as religion or how we view the universe).

And this made me question about my philosophies and beliefs, particularly my initial desire to be as rational as possible (which was very difficult to tackle).

Trying to be as rational as possible was perhaps my most ideal goal because I was led to believe that things like belief,

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Trump's Coronavirus Press Conference Was the Apotheosis of 40 Years of Republican Philosophy | The neglect of science, the rejection of empiricism, the deliberately cultivated incompetence within the institutions of government. esquire.com/news-politics…
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I don’t live my own philosophy

Today I recognized that i don’t live and work on the advices I give other people. It’s sooo fulfilling for me to explain other people the world as I see it and to see those wide opened eyes and their astonished nodding when I give them other insights into that reality. I love to see them improve and understand things. It’s so easy for me to explain to others where their problems are and how they could deal with it. But at the end of the day: I don’t listen to my own advices: I often let my Ego direct my thoughts, feelings and actions, I am sad and my whole world seems to crash just because somebody was a little bit rude to me. So: I really understand what matters and how I create my own reality but I can’t apply it. Never the less other people are so thankful for my help and I get into a really nice flow when I β€œteach” them. I think it shows the huge difference between explaining and applying. The huge gap between rational understanding and living/feeling the understanding.

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Is stoicism THE philosophy for an INTJ?

From what it seems to me, stoicism might be the best philosophy for an INTJ. What do you guys think?

PS: Is Marcus Aurelius an INTJ?

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How to move past "pop-philosophy' to actually understanding serious and legitimate philosophical ideas/works?

I just watched a video critiquing Sam Harris's "The Moral Landscape". I had no idea how inept "intellectuals" like Jordan Peterson and Sam Harris are when it comes to talking about philosophy. I am mostly interested in moral philosophy and as of now I generally identify myself as a Stoic, but I feel like i'm missing something. I want to dive deeper into existentialist ideas, but I want to do it properly. I have no idea what post modernism is considering Peterson seems to be way off with his interpretation of it. I don't understanding the difference between analytic vs continental philosophy even after researching a bit on it. I guess my question is, how do I study philosophy "properly" so I can come to understand these ideas and answer this question and better be able to call out weak pseudo philosophy when I see it?

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Quotes around "antifa" because anyone who knows anything about politics, philosophy, or both, will tell you that antifascism is not a group.
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Designed with F.I.R.E. philosophy in mind.
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Philosophy 101
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Why did France and Britain go opposite in wrestling style philosophy? Considering Savate VS Boxing was often an argument of kicks vs fists (and later one strike vs complete system) and as an extension of nationalism? Why France chose arms grappling only while British used legs in wrestling?

As a someone who just started exploring Savate, a common meme I notice across internet articles and historical texts is not only just how ingrained was the Boxing vs Savate is in nationalistic rivalries esp France VS Britain.......... But it becomes a reflection of kicks vs punches and later on complete striking system vs fists only after boxing was added into Chausson styles.

Just like how when karate and other styles were being introduced to North America and the UK resulted in trash talk between boxers and Greco-Roman and American derivatives wrestlers vs Asian martial arts, lots of bouts took place in the 60s-70s and the pattern was almost similar to Savate in that the "arms" only Westerners would defeat other Western practitioners of karate and kung fu and other exotic Asian styles. For much the same reason formalized Chausson professors did (lack of physical conditioning by most instructors and inexperience with dealing with fury of quick close range strikes tied with lack of fo

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Is there really such a thing as a 'socialist state' in Marxist theory? The latest Cuck Philosophy video clears up some misunderstandings. youtube.com/watch?v=rRXvQ…
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Philosophy can be imagined as a Pyramid of Philosophical Disciplines, each one supporting each other and acting as a Necessary Part of the Whole youtu.be/s5hSek_QPGM
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/r/philosophy Open Discussion Thread | June 01, 2020

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Questioning my gender makes filling out any legal document into a philosophy class :|
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What’s your personal philosophy?
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Have a little philosophy
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PHILOSOPHY, LIFE, CHEESE ON TOAST reddit.com/rpan/r/distant…
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Epistemology = ToK, therefore, ToK IS a philosophy
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Obviously a better evaluation of your moral and political philosophies
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Anyone interested in a study group with weekly audio lessons by a Philosophy professor?

The prof is Dr. Will Buckingham (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Will_Buckingham), he has a PhD in Philosophy from Staffordshire University and a MA in Anthropology from Durham University. He taught in various universities, including in Taiwan, Myanmar, Bulgaria, the UK and China. He was previously associate professor at De Montfort University and was also a contributor to the globally bestselling β€œThe Philosophy Book: Big Ideas Simply Explained.”

We're launching an online audio course organized by Dr. Will Buckingham. It will be organized in seasons, starting from season 1 in June 2020. Every Friday there will be a lesson published that will be available either via private RSS feed or via a personal dashboard, and everyone will be given access to a private Slack channel to interact with him, ask questions, and access additional materials and readings.

You can sign up here for free. You will then receive a confirmation email with a private RSS feed and an invitation to join the private

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Why should we use intuition in philosophy?

I've been researching the argument over intuitions role in philosophy and it seems quite clear to me that it's role should be slim to none. Most of the arguments for intuition, like making a false equivalence between intuition and perception are so fallacious that it's baffling that someone would argue it. However, many people far smarter than I thought that using intuitions in philosophy is perfectly ok, and I'm terribly confused as to why someone would think this.

If you think intuition in philosophy is ok? If so, why? Or do you agree that the role should be little to none? Thank you

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I always look to ancient philosophy for my motivation/guidance.
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Antifa sprung out of the KKK philosophy in the early 2010's
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Basic Logic and Basic Philosophy should really be an essential class for HS students. /r/Antitheism/comments/gx…
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From Jon Peters's Stream : Not Going Away & Philosophy of the game launch
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Basic Logic and Basic Philosophy should really be an essential class for HS students.

Today I realized I need to go through some Basic Logic to prepare myself for higher level Mathematics, while learning both Basic Philosophy and Basic Logic, I've noticed that this knowledge should be absolutely essential, if HS students had Basic Logic and Basic Philosophy as an essential class then It's very likely we'd see a significant drop in religious students of future generations, for that education will clearly show how flawed religion and the concept of god is logically.

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I want to watch thought provoking movies with different philosophies like clockwork Orange, the matrix and Shawshank Redemption.
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Hmmmm philosophy
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A flag for Absurdist Postleftism (based on the philosophy of Albert Camus)
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So happy I found this video. Rogan beautifully exposed as a pseudo-intellectual(as if that needed more evidence). Trys to challange a philosophy major and thinks he's really holding his end of the debate. youtu.be/gJHj4BtP9Go
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The Problem of Change -- The Philosophy and Theory of Transmutation

Alright, I've put it off long enough. Here, finally, is the last entry into the Philosophy of Magic series! Transmutation, the school of objects, properties, and change.

As always, you can check the full list of posts on my profile. I'm working hard to format all of these and put them into one pretty PDF for all to consume.

ALL INSTALLMENTS: Conjuration | Illusion | Enchantment | Abjuration | Evocation | [Necromancy](https://www.reddit.com/r/D

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On a post on facts and logic, /r/JP has an AOC quote that is neither factually correct and what she actually argued is consistent with JP's philosophy. Amazing.
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You may have noticed that Sozin's technique for redirecting heat is similar to Iroh's for lightning. Have you considered that this suggests that before the war it was common practice to look at other cultures for your own bending? Back then even Sozin used waterbending philosophy in his firebending.
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My University is offering a Philosophy course based entirely around BoJack Horseman!
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/r/philosophy Open Discussion Thread | May 25, 2020

Welcome to this week's Open Discussion Thread. This thread is a place for posts/comments which are related to philosophy but wouldn't necessarily meet our posting rules (especially PR2). For example, these threads are great places for:

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