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  1. “Philosophy” comes from Greek words meaning “love of wisdom.” Philosophy uses the tools of logic and reason to analyze the ways in which humans experience the world. It teaches critical thinking, close reading, clear writing, and logical analysis; it uses these to understand the language we use to describe the world, and our place within it.

  2. Top Five Reasons to Study Philosophy 1. Fascinating subject matter 2. Wide variety of interesting classes taught by outstanding professors 3. Skill development 4. Great preparation for any career or graduate study 5. Personal development. 1. Fascinating subject matter Philosophy seeks not simply knowledge, but deep understanding and wisdom.

  3. 21/07/2022 · This organicity is, above all, systematic, because it aims to know the things on which the different parts of philosophy are based, but it is also historical because it studies its development ...

  4. Most of Christians ask why they should have to study philosophy because they can read the Scripture and then preach to the people, and they can do all the sacraments. John M. Frame (2015) quotes Aristotle’s (384 – 322) answer why people should study philosophy: “all men by nature desire to know.” He added that …show more content…

  5. 07/02/2021 · There are two main reasons people study philosophy. The first is simple curiosity. This is as true for the most advanced graduate student pursuing highly specialized research as it is for the first-year undergraduate looking for something new and interesting to study that wasn’t taught in high school.