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Sections of "On Philosophical Assumptions":

Introduction
On Philosophy
Why philosophy is important
On ideology
The problem of the starting point
On basic questions
On a general assumption
On ethics
On what there is
On how we know
On models and simulations:
On the relation between knowledge and reality
On the given
On language
On reasoning
On argumentation
On assumptions
On definitions
On abstraction
On truth
On falsehood
On possibility
On necessity
On rules
On methods
On observation
On things
On properties
On relations
On systems
On substances
On reality
On nature
On time
On space
On the structure of the world (levels)
On structures
On facts
On regularities
On changes
On causation
On subjunctives
On science
On the world
On persons
On human beings
On types of men
On the capacities of the human mind
On psychology
On history
On agreements and disagreements
On feelings
On values
On emotions
On culture
On civilization
On fundamental fallacies

 

 


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