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The Nature of Philosophical Problems: Their Causes and Implications

Author By : John Kekes,
Genres : Philosophy
Publisher : Oxford University Press,
ISBN-10 : 0198712758
Pages : 256
Chapters :
Publish Date : July 8, 2014
File Type : PDF
Language : English
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Earlier the writer gave an insight about the philosophical problems that were sent to a popular philosopher. He suggested to select a particular factor to follow instead considering the types of problems. Various philosophical issues are focused such as how to live, what to do to make a good life? Is there a perfect state? Is there a way to control our life? Are there specific moral values? These factors are considered and following the recommendations of a popular philosopher to work on the problems as if we are unable to understand the nature, it is impossible to find a way to work on them.
This book gives an insight of nature of life however it allows to understand that being permanent is the part of nature and this is the reason that they are totally complicated and has failed the work of skilled persona over the centuries without finding any solution.
It gives a view of the reasons that you need for deviating from the succeeding anticipations about the way a philosophical works. Most of the reasons are traditional that are filled with ideologues, basic preachers and expert journalists describing the real values.