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What’s Wrong with Philosophy? 4

Wisdom is learning about oneself and about Adam and Eve.  It’s not some kind of objective knowledge arrived at by logic, mathematics or science, that can be argued, and demonstrated to other people for them to agree with, and that students can write down in their lectures. It requires another kind of intelligence which perhaps can be called Sensibility to Human Life, see previous post.    Philosophy hasn’t got it. …

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Philosophy Anti-Natalism

Benatar’s ‘Anti-Natalism’ is philosophers’ logicking, not Wisdom on Life.

I have always had a distant image of philosopher David Benatar as having a lot to contend with in a difficult place at a difficult time.  The idea of his that I examine here was one I chanced upon on the Web.  It is the idea that human life is so miserable, that ergo it is immoral to bring people into it in the first place.  This is simple logicking…

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Philosophy Anti-Philosophy

What’s Wrong with Philosophy? 3, It wipes away wisdom

PHILOSOPHY USES THE WRONG METHODS FOR ‘WISDOM’  Wisdom is about human life which philosophers are simple-minded about. They lack sensibility to human life, here. They have always lacked that special intelligence and capacity for understanding that human beings have been blessed with   Philosophers either lack it or leave it disregarded and fallow. The birth of philosophy was in some ways a regression from the wisdom already present in the…

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