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Is it improbable, then, that worry may be a necessary function of legitimate crises?
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the post talks about this life, but for the cosmic future each ' one can believe and interprets his vision.
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Do you also, then, regret those things which were evil and you didn't do? For the statement is neutral, and from this only can conclude you regret any action not done. If you resisted jumping off a roof, from impulse of intrusive thought, would you then regret it?
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Why... At the end... What will it all matter... Why does anyone do anything...(other than the domino effect of all quantum particles)

+philosophy I know you have had these questions cross your mind and I want to see what your view or answer is on this or if you have one
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Guys, I got an assignment from my lecturer, he said that I should find an ebook namely Analytic Philosophy: An Anthology. Is there anyone who has it? I feel so annoyed to find this ebook for ages. Thanks
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Introduction
Philosophy is an academic discipline that exercises reason and logic in an attempt to understand reality and answer fundamental questions about knowledge, life, morality and human nature. The ancient Greeks, who were among the first to practice philosophy, coined the term, which means “love of wisdom.” Those who study philosophy are called philosophers. Through the ages, philosophers have sought to answer such questions as, what is the meaning and purpose of life? How do we know what we know? Does God exist? What does it mean to possess consciousness? And, what is the value of morals?
Philosophers attempt to answer such questions through the philosophical method. The method usually begins when a philosopher examines his own beliefs and begins to doubt their validity. From his doubt, questions emerge. Before answering a question, the philosopher thoroughly analyzes it to ensure it is clearly and properly defined. This helps narrow the path to the most precise answer. Next, the philosopher proposes possible answers to the question and provides reasoned arguments to support each one. The arguments are then critiqued by other philosophers, who may give rebuttals. Through this process of criticism and judgment, known as dialectic, philosophers attempt to prove the rationality of their beliefs and discover fundamental truths.
Philosophy itself is generally considered a type of social science, like sociology or psychology. That’s because early philosophy was primarily concerned with describing the best way to live and organize society. From that spawned many other disciplines: economics, political science, law, linguistics, literary and art criticism, and theology—along with sociology and psychology.

Though many of philosophy’s original topics have evolved into other fields of study over time, the discipline remains rich and varied. Modern philosophy contains six main branches of thought, each with their own unique focus:

Metaphysics: the nature of reality and the universe.
Epistemology: the study of knowledge and how it is acquired.
Logic: how to develop valid arguments; includes mathematical logic.
Ethics: the study of right and wrong and how people should live.
Politics: the study of government, citizen rights and political obligations.
Aesthetics: beauty, art and artistic perception.