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One of the major defining characteristics of a nation, and, arguably, a world, is philosophy. Philosophy comes from many sources, but usually there are people looked up to as "philosophers," or lovers of knowledge. There are few well-known modern-day philosophers, but some of the better known and recent ones include Mohandas Gandhi and Albert Einstein. However, you are not interested in the philosophers of this world-- you want to create your own philosophy. To do this, you must first understand how philosophy comes about.
Table of contentsEdit
- First, understand what makes up Philosophy.
- Next, we'll cover the various branches of philosophy.
- Then, we'll cover some interesting schools of philosophy.
- Now you've got a complete round shot in almost everything philosophical, we'll shoot up history.
- Finally, we'll round off with some topics in philosophy.