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Philosophy of Mathematics is an active
branch of Philosophy addressing
questions about the character of Mathematics, the
conduct of mathematical inquiry, and the role
of mathematical objects in describing
empirical phenomena. ...
Aesthetics (or Esthetics, or Philosophy
of Art) is a branch of Philosophy dealing
with the definition of Beauty and
how we relate to what is Beautiful. ...
Philosophy of Religion is the study of
the meaning and justification of fundamental
religious claims, particularly about the
nature and existence of God (or gods, or
Philosophy of religion was
classically regarded as part of metaphysics, since
Aristotle, in some of whose writings were... ...
Perception is one of our most important
mental processes. If we could not perceive
anything, then we would know nothing except
the contents of our own minds. ...
Philosophy of mind is the philosophical study of
the nature of the mind, mental events, mental functions, and consciousness.
These areas give rise to some very difficult
problems and questions; there are... ...
The philosophy of language doesn't ask
what particular words mean, or whether
particular sentences are true. ...
Philosophy of History is an area of Philosophy concerning
the eventual significance, if any, of "human
history". Furthermore, it
is speculative on Teleological Ends to
historical development. ...
The philosophy of science is the branch
of philosophy which deals
with the study of science
(in the sense of "natural science"). The
philosophy of science is closely related to ...
Epistemology is the branch of Philosophy dealing
with the nature, origin and scope of Knowledge, and Method in
obtaining Knowledge. ...
For non-technical usage see Pragmatism (non-technical
For themes emphasized by Charles Sanders Peirce
matism, as a school of philosophy, is a
collection of many different ways of
thinking. Given the diversity among thinkers
and the variety among schools of thought that
have adopted this term over the years, the
term pragmatism has become... ...
Semiosis is any form of activity, conduct,
or process that involves signs, including the
production of meaning. ...
Dynamism is term of philosophy and science coined by Gottfried
Leibniz (16461716) and
developed into a full system of
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