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Can s philosophers seek consistent philosophers

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Unformatted text preview: n s Philosophers seek consistent Philosophers descriptions of those common features of reality (cause, purpose, value) that show up in every kind of inquiry. show These Three Answers are not Mutually Exclusive Mutually s Some philosophers tend to follow one Some model to the exclusion of others: commonsense philosophers, ordinarycommonsense language philosophers, Rationalists. s Many philosophers combine two or Many three of these approaches. For example, many accept common sense or linguistic analysis as starting-points. or A...
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