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Related CategoriesReligion; Science; Thinking
Related PeopleAristotle, BertrandáRussell, Confucius, FriedricháWilhelmáNietzsche, HerbertáSpencer, JidduáKrishnamurti, KarláPopper, LuciusáAnnaeusáSeneca, MartináBuber, MichaeláPolanyi, MicheládeáMontaigne, RobertáM.áPirsig, Socrates, ThomasáS.áKuhn
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Philosophy is a thoughtful examination of reality (by chiefly speculative rather than observational means), especially problems involving ideals, truth, reason and discourse accompanied by an attempt to put first things first and expose illusion.

Philosophy stands close to religion, since both are deeply concerned with the order of the world as a whole; but differ in their approach. Philosophy appeals exclusively to reason, while religion appeals also to mystic experience, revelation, and faith.

The emphasis on reason makes philosophy a closer kin to science.

Literally, the word philosophy means "love of knowledge".

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The pages on this website are categorized into one or more of nearly 100 categories (themes or topics). This page below displays a list of other pages that belong to the Philosophy category. You may view the list of pages belonging to another category by selecting the category in which you are interested from the drop-down 'Categories' menu at the top of this page.

  Bhagvad Gita

  Knowing How to Know (1998) by Idries Shah 
A Practical Philosophy in Sufi Tradition

  Let the People Think (1961) by BertrandáRussell

  On Dialogue (Oct 1996) by DavidáBohm

  Power Thyself (Jun 2004) by R. Venkataraman 
Strive for Excellence and a Better Future

  Science Order & Creativity by DavidáBohm, F.áDavidáPeat

  The De Bono Code Book (Aug 2000) by EdwardáDeáBono

  The Wisdom of Insecurity (1951) by Alan W. Watts 
A Message for an Age of Anxiety

  Voltaire's Bastards (Nov 1993) by John Ralston Saul 
The Dictatorship of Reason in the West

  Walden (1854) by HenryáDavidáThoreau
Life in the Woods

  Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (1984) by RobertáM.áPirsig
An Inquiry into Values

  Philosophy [47 items]



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  Aristotle (384 BC - 322 BC) Greek Philosopher

  BertrandáRussell (1872 - 1970) British philosopher, logician & essayist

  Confucius (551 BC - 479 BC) Chinese Philosopher

  FriedricháWilhelmáNietzsche (1844 - 1900) Philosopher

  HerbertáSpencer (1820 - 1903) British Philosopher

  JidduáKrishnamurti (1895 - 1986)

  KarláPopper (1902 - 1994) Austrian Born Philosopher

  LuciusáAnnaeusáSeneca (4 BC - 65) Roman Philosopher & Playwright

  MartináBuber (1878 - 1965) Jewish Religious Philosopher

  MichaeláPolanyi (1891 - 1976) Scientist turned Philosopher

  MicheládeáMontaigne (1533 - 1592) French writer & philosopher

  RobertáM.áPirsig (b. 1928) Author

  Socrates (469 BC - 399 BC) Greek Philosopher

  ThomasáS.áKuhn (1922 - 1995) Scientist

  On accusing others and yourself by Epictetus  (55 - 135) Greek Philosopher

  On being disturbed by things by Epictetus  (55 - 135) Greek Philosopher

  On choosing how we respond to our extrenal circumstances by Epictetus  (55 - 135) Greek Philosopher

  On distinguishing man from the other animals by Richard Duppa 

  On doctrine by MartináBuber (1878 - 1965) Jewish Religious Philosopher

  On explorers by Russell Hoban 

  On formulas for living by MartináBuber (1878 - 1965) Jewish Religious Philosopher

  On grading the whole surface of the planet by HenryáDavidáThoreau (1817 - 1862) American Author

  On grieving for things that you do not have by Epictetus  (55 - 135) Greek Philosopher

  On marriage and philosophy by Socrates (469 BC - 399 BC) Greek Philosopher

  On not existing by Jorge Luis Borges 

  On physicists and atoms by George Wald 

  On the most incomprehensible thing about the world by AlbertáEinstein (1879 - 1955) Physicist & Nobel Laureate

  On the scientist by Alan Watts 

  On where we stand by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe  (1749-1832) German Philosopher

  Show me the person you honor by Thomas Carlyle 

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