Analytical and Synthetic Function of PhilosophyDecember 21, 2019
Another feature of philosophical thought is its analytic and analytical function.
The analytic function of philosophical thought refers to any material presented to it in order to understand and comprehend the world in which the philosopher himself is and is a part of, as we have pointed out above. It is the function of rethinking, analyzing and illuminating according to its abilities. However, the philosopher does not only content himself with this, he does not leave the world torn and dismantled.
In parallel with this act of thinking, it reconstructs, establishes, unites and unites the world based on the material, data, which has been considered, analyzed and clarified. This is called the synthetic or systemicizing function of philosophy.
Thus, in spite of the fact that some philosophers of Hume, Vienna, in the field of philosophical rather than analytic functions, philosophers such as Plato, Aristotle, Ibn Sina, Hegel reconstructed the world as a structure in harmony with all its parts. They can be accepted as.
Source: Professor Dr. Ahmet Arslan – Introduction to Philosophy