Simply, the word “philosophy” means “love of knowledge”. In a broader sense, philosophy is an activity in which people try to understand the fundamental and subtle truths about themselves, the world around them and the environment, as well as the mysteries of human relationships with this world as well as with each other. This activity is known as “philosophy.” People who study philosophy essentially engage in questioning, responding to, and presenting arguments using the fundamental and nuanced wisdom of life.
Areas of philosophy :
- Philosophy of law
- Religious philosophy
- Philosophy of Science
- Spiritual philosophy
- Political philosophy
- Philosophy of history etc.
Because philosophy has such a broad scope, it may be challenging to break down its many topics and approaches into logical and coherent subheadings that can be easily comprehended by the average person. To put it another way, if you want to be fluent in philosophy, you need to succeed in several fundamental disciplines, such as spiritualism, epistemology, ethics, and logic. These are the subjects that make up the foundation of philosophy.
The branch of philosophy that explains the existence, reality, time, nature of space, etc. of this dimension. Such as:
- What is the meaning of truth?
- Do we have minds? If so, how does the mind relate to the body?
- Do we have free will?
- Who is the Creator?
Philosophical interpretation of knowledge and wisdom. Epistemologists try to understand the nature and availability of knowledge
- What is knowledge?
- Do we know anything at all?
- How do we know what we know?
- Can we be justified in knowing certain things?
Morality is the subject of ethics that gives ideas and directions about moral beliefs and about right and wrong.
- Which is better? What makes actions or people to be better?
- What does it mean to be right? What makes an action right?
- Is morality the purpose or content?
- How do we treat others?
Logic is just a perimeter of differentiating good and bad
- What is the structure of reasoning “good” or “bad”?
- How do we determine if a given logical matter is good or bad?
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