Philosophy From A to Z

All human thinking proceeds by means of 'concepts'. Find out why. Series courtesy of Robert Hanna, Ph.D.

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Analytic Philosophy

by Robert Hanna in Philosophy From A to Z

Analytic philosophy: prior to 1950, the tradition of late 19th century and early 20th-century Anglo-European philosophy presents and defines itself as essentially distinct from and opposed to all forms of idealistic philosophy, especially Immanuel Kant’s transcendental idealism...

Meaning of life, the

by Robert Hanna in Philosophy From A to Z

The Meaning of Life: the ideal and ultimate purpose or value of a finite, unique, rational human animal life, taken as a unified whole that runs continuously from the emergence of that animal’s consciousness to their death.

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