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Introduction to Philosophy Spring 2008 Assignment #1 March 19, 2008 Nicole Formisano
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4. Everyone needs philosophy. 5. Philosophy is needed because man is always asking questions that need to be answered, and philosophy holds those answers. The purposes of philosophy are to study four specific parts of man. Philosophy, studies fundamental nature of existence, studies existence as such with metaphysics, studies mans means of cognition or theory of knowledge with epistemology, and lastly, studies the morality of man with ethics. 6. (a) What you can choose with respect to philosophy is whether you define your philosophy as a conscious, rational or disciplined process. This process can be logical deliberation, subconscious or any other type of way you may process something in your mind. (b) One could not cot choose to have no philosophy because Rand explains that “you have no choice about the necessity to integrate your observation, you experience, your knowledge into ideas.” (Page 6). 7.
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