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Philosophy

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"Philosophy" is the examination of Attempting to understand the world, in all its aspects.

Epistemology, Logic, Metaphysics are a few themes of "Philosophy".

understand the language we use to describe the world, and our place within it is some of the cause to investigate "Philosophy".

Mark Crimmins, Andrei Marmor, Michael Mulnix are a few specialists of "Philosophy".

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  • Modern philosophy

    People who study "Modern philosophy" investigate Modern philosophy is philosophy developed in the modern era and associated with modernity. Some reasons we look at "Modern philosophy" include They...

  • Logic

    "Logic" is Logic is the systematic study of inferences, truth and reasoning conducted or assessed according to valid principles. Some reasons we look at "Logic" include Assess the world around them...

  • The Bible

    People who study "The Bible" investigate the history, cultural and social impact of The Bible on humanity. get a greater understanding of the religious text and the history of the Christian religion...

  • Religions, mythology, and rationalism

    People who study "Religions, mythology, and rationalism" investigate the development of human belief systems throughout history. Professionals of "Religions, mythology, and rationalism" include...

  • Ancient philosophy

    Scholars who research "Ancient philosophy" look at general and fundamental questions held from the olden times about human existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind, and language. Socrates, Plato,...

  • Medieval philosophy

    Scholars who research "Medieval philosophy" look at the philosophy that existed through the Middle Ages. Professionals of "Medieval philosophy" include Thomas of Aquinas, Albert of Saxony, and John...

  • Renaissance philosophy

    "Renaissance philosophy" is the thought of the period running in Europe roughly between 1355 and 1650. James Hankins, Brian P. Copenhaver, John O. Riedl, Charles B. Schmitt are some authorities of...

  • Christian Denominations

    Scholars who research "Christian Denominations" look at the history and development of the different sects, practices, and creeds within the religion. the early struggles and disputes among the...

  • Schools of philosophy

    Scholars who research "Schools of philosophy" look at The broad philosophical schools of thought that apply to education today. They are idealism, realism, pragmatism (sometimes called...

  • Speculative philosophy

    "Speculative philosophy" is the study of a philosophy professing to be founded upon intuitive or a priori insight and especially insight into the nature of the Absolute or Divine broadly : a...

  • Aesthetics

    "Aesthetics" is the field of the philosophy dealing with the nature of art, beauty, and taste. Professionals of "Aesthetics" include Nick Zangwill, Thomas Munro, Douglas Harper, Paul Guyer. ...

  • Practical Theology

    People who study "Practical Theology" investigate How theological theory and theological practices can be more fully aligned, changed, or improved. Professionals of "Practical Theology" include...

  • Christianity

    "Christianity" is Jesus Christ. A few scholars of "Christianity" include Pope Francis, C.S. Lewis, St. Augustine. Some reasons we look at "Christianity" include understand Christian beliefs,...

  • Buddhism

    "Buddhism" is the examination of variety of traditions, beliefs and spiritual practices largely based on original teachings attributed to the Buddha. describe traditions share the goal of overcoming...

  • Psychology

    Scholars who research "Psychology" look at of the mind and behavior. Professionals of "Psychology" include Sigmund Freud, Jean Piaget, and B.F. Skinner. Several topics in "Psychology" include...

  • Logic

    Scholars who research "Logic" look at the systematic study of the form of valid inference, and the most general laws of truth. Why study "Logic"? Training ourselves to construct good arguments and to...

  • Islam

    "Islam" is the field of the teachings of the prophet Muhammad as the foundation of this Abrahamic Religion. Several topics in "Islam" include Culture, Law, History, Demographics. Why study "Islam"?...

  • Ethics

    "Ethics" is the examination of the systematizing, defending, and recommending concepts of right and wrong conduct. Why study "Ethics"? understand the psychology and philosophy that underlies...

  • Judaism

    "Judaism" is the study of the cultural and religious beliefs of Jewish people. Some subfields in "Judaism" include religious texts, Israel, deomgraphics. A few notable experts of "Judaism" include...

  • Doctrinal Theology

    "Doctrinal Theology" is understanding one self and faith. Why study "Doctrinal Theology"? learn truths, better understand their faith and understand God's works. Karl Barth and Hugh Chisholm are a...

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