A Philosophical Dilemma

A Philosophical Dilemma
"Philosophy" is a word that often scares. The majority of people tend to avoid it by any means. They perceive it to be an extremely complicated domain that deals with very important "stuff" and therefore it is reserved for a select group of people but has no use for the common individual. Is that really so? See more!

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Sartre and the Problem of Freedom

Sartre and the Problem of Freedom
The concept of freedom plays an important role in any philosophical system, but Sartre seams to have taken it one step beyond by placing it at the very center of his ideas and shocked his contemporaries by saying that: "Man is condemned to be free". See more!

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Natural Law Theory

Natural Law Theory
What is the natural law theory? Do man made laws correspond to natural laws? Let's find out all about this theory and how it correlates with man made laws of the world...

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God's E-Mail to Me

God's E-Mail to Me
Something struck me, maybe we are not as bad as we think.

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Types of Philosophy

Types of Philosophy
There are many ways to express a philosophical idea; find what those ways are by reading this article!

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The First Philosophers

The First Philosophers
Have you ever wondered who the first philosophers were and what made them so famous? Find out right here!

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The Historic and Social Context of a Philosophical Text

The Historic and Social Context of a Philosophical Text
Maybe more than any other form of text, a philosophical work is vitally influenced by the context in which it appears. Find out why!

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Kant and Optimistic Thinking

Kant and Optimistic Thinking
Although philosophers are known for the fact that for them everything orbits around logic, they sometimes make exceptions in favor of some other aspects of the soul. Kant falls in this category. Find out more in this article.

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Utilitarianism Examples

Utilitarianism Examples
What is utilitarianism? Well, going through some good utilitarianism examples might be the best way to understand this philosophy of action.

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Friedrich Nietzsche and Morality

Friedrich Nietzsche and Morality
Nietzsche is one of the most controversial philosophers in history. He rejected Christianity and proposed a new kind of morality. Which one? Find out by reading this article.

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