Critical Thinking: Using Philosophy and Skepticism to Contemplate Life and Our Existence
Critical Thinking: Using Philosophy and Skepticism to Contemplate Life and Our Existence0 0 5 Scritto da: Hector Janssen, Philip Rivaldi, Marco Jameson, Gary Dankock, Cruz Matthews Letto da: Doug Greene, Sarah Margrave, Rory Young, Sarah Owens, J. A. Lydock
Topic 1: In this convenient guide, several ancient, famous philosophers will be covered, so you may get a better understanding of the ancestors who have shaped our ideas and theories before we were born.
Topic 2: Stoicism is a concept that has been studied more and more lately. The philosophy that dates back all the way to Socrates has been significant in many people’s lives. So, today, we will expand on what stoicism is, where it originated from, and how you can use it in your life to become a better person and achieve more.
Topic 3: Skepticism is a philosophical movement that has been in existence for centuries. And even though some may call it old and outdated, studying this concept can bring enlightenment to the soul. Sometimes, being skeptical is erroneously connected to simply being negative. But this assumption is far from the truth.
Topic 4: Critical thinking means, among others, that you look at multiple sides of a controversial topic, that you can stay objective and put away your biases until you have reached a firm conclusion based on verifiable facts. This skill is highly valuable in job interviews, relationships, and everyday life.
Topic 5: Existentialism is a basic terminology concept for theorists that think of the nature of the human condition as a fundamental essence of philosophical issues and who also share the view that this problem is best resolved through ontology. This very broad definition will be clarified by going over seven crucial themes that existentialist thinkers address.
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