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post #26 of (permalink) Old March 27th, 2018, 14:26
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Originally Posted by pele10brazil View Post
Ok so this is a very important post. I'd hate it if some peeps might think I'm suggesting people shouldn't study philosophy anymore or that all philosophical works are now useless. Profound reflective moments are something extremely beneficial for the human intellect, but DO NOT mistake "Is philosophical progress dead or dying?" with "You should not philosophise".(because the current view of "the big picture" I described isn't something every or any individual has. Some have more puzzle pieces left than others and only the total of human knowledge at any given point can perfectly describe the current view)

All I'm curious about is if we are reaching the point when philosophy has to pass the torch of enlightenment to science. Or as I put it, the latter's job from now on to pick up those puzzle pieces off the big picture.
we reached that point more than 100 years ago

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