The Problems of Philosophy

The Problems of Philosophy

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The Problems of Philosophy

The Problems of Philosophy

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Philosophical ideas, as the history of philosophy shows, may have a double significance. They may attempt to propound, to discuss, or to solve certain problems; and they may represent symptoms of certain tendencies of the intellectual life of man. Between these two phases of philosophy a constant interaction takes place; for the fact that a problem is propounded and treated in a certain way, may be considered as a symptom of a peculiar intellectual movement; and, on the other hand, the sting of problems excites intellectual movements which otherwise would not arise. In this interaction we

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