Category: Introduction to Philosophy

What are the general characteristics of philosophy? 0

What are the general characteristics of philosophy?

Philosophy is a set of intellectual actions aimed at seeking information fondly, not to attain precise information. Every question in philosophy is a new answer; each answer opens the door to a new question....

Philosophy of Values 0

Philosophy of Values

Here  comes the source and justification of the discipline of philosophy called “philosophy of values”  or  “axiology” in general , which treats values ​​such as good or bad, beautiful or ugly, which science does...

Philosophy-Science Relation: Common Characteristics 0

Philosophy-Science Relation: Common Characteristics

Philosophy shares common features with science: a)  Both speak in the name of reason in general and try to justify themselves with reasoned truths, b)  Both want to arrive at principles and laws by...

Formation of Greek Philosophy 0

Formation of Greek Philosophy

500-600 years ago, the Iranian state under the domination of Europe has made efforts to spread its effectiveness. These attempts were met by the resistance of the Greeks, a small nation in love with...

What is the Benefit of Philosophy? 0

What is the Benefit of Philosophy?

The benefit or necessity of philosophy should be said in relation to its socio-cultural function and the historical development of philosophy. When the Mongolfier brothers wanted to make their first flight with the balloons...

Types of Information: What is Everyday Information? 0

Types of Information: What is Everyday Information?

Everyday knowledge, as the name suggests, is the type of knowledge that is valid and gained in daily life and that emerges with the idea of ​​meeting the practical needs of human beings in...

Types of Knowledge: What is Religious Knowledge? 0

Types of Knowledge: What is Religious Knowledge?

Religion; It is the belief system that explains God, the universe, society and man. Religion as a belief system is based on belief in God and regulates both the inner life of man and...

Types of Information: What is Technical Information? 0

Types of Information: What is Technical Information?

Man makes and uses tools when changing nature. Here is the information needed to make the tool, technical knowledge. This type of knowledge takes its name   from the Greek  word tech techne (, which...

Types of Knowledge: What is Art? 0

Types of Knowledge: What is Art?

Art is the creation and production of something that is not in nature. The aim of art production is not “ practical “ but  “beauty”  and  “aesthetic pleasure” . While accessing the knowledge of...