Portalphilosophy Wikipedia

There are at least two senses in which the term philosophy is used. In the more formal sense, philosophy is an intellectual endeavor focusing on the fields of metaphysics, logic, ethics, epistemology, and aesthetics. In the more informal sense, philosophy is a way of life whose focus is resolving the existential questions about ...

Categoryphilosophy Portals Wikipedia

This category (including subcategories) is meant to contain pages in Wikipedia's portal namespace. It should not be used to categorize articles or pages in other namespaces. Subcategories. This category has the following 14 subcategories, out of 14 total. ▻ Philosophy portal (2 C, 35 P). A. ▻ Aesthetics portal (55 P).

Portalphilosophy Of Science Wikipedia

The 'philosophy of science' is the branch of philosophy that stu.s the philosophical assumptions, foundations, and implications of science, including the formal sciences, natural sciences, and social sciences. In this respect, the philosophy of science is closely related to epistemology and philosophy of language. Note that ...

Pathways To Philosophy Portal

PATHWAYS TO PHILOSOPHY founded 1995. Online philosophy courses leading to Associate and Fellowship awards from the International Society for Philosophers and Diploma and BA degree from the University of London. The Pathways web sites are the work of philosophy teachers, students and enthusiasts around the ...

Portalphilosophy Wikiversity

May 2, 2016 - 1 Introduction and description; 2 Philosophy topics; 3 Related courses in other departments; 4 Learning materials and learning projects; 5 Active participants; 6 External resources. 6.1 Books; 6.2 Publications; 6.3 Websites; 6.4 Videos; 6.5 Wikimedia projects. 6.5.1 Commons media; 6.5.2 Wikibooks; 6.5.3 ...

Philosophy Of Science Portal

Sep 12, 2014 - Some kool words from POSP stringer Tim. apercu ap-er-soo noun 1. A brief survey or sketch, outline. 2. An immediate impression, especially an intuitive insight. apophasis uh-pah-fuh-sis noun. The raising of an issue by claiming not to mention it. calvous kal-vuhs adjective. Lacking all or most of the hair on ...