The Value of Philosophy
"The Value of Philosophy?"
Question 5: Some students feel that philosophy is worthless because it does not yield definite results. How would Russell respond? Russell says the value of philosophy is in its uncertainty. What does he mean? Do you agree?
Often times before I had attended college, I felt that philosophy was a useless study. I did not see the point of asking sometimes ridicules questions and arguing over them. You know the questions I am talking about if a tree falls in the woods and no one is around to hear it does it make a sound? …
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