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Philosophies of 
the Branches of Knowledge


지식의 분야

1 Introduction

 

2 Philosophy of science

 

 

3 Philosophy of nature

 

4 Philosophy of history

 

5 Philosophy of religion

 

 

6 Philosophy of art

 

7 Philosophy of logic

 

8 The nature of mathematics

 

9 Western philosophy of law

 

10 Philosophy of education

 

11 Bibliography

 

1 Introduction

It is no longer possible for any one individual to be a leader in all branches of learning. Perhaps Leibniz, who died in 1716, was the last universal scholar, and his life is a warning rather than an example. In such a situation the enterprise of philosophy is in a sense more difficult than ever before; no one can hope to contribute much to the clarification of ideas in logic who is not himself a logician, or to the clarification of ideas in physics who is not himself a physicist, and so on throughout the fields of specialized knowledge. It thus seems inevitable that there should have evolved philosophical disciplines corresponding to the various branches of study and providing the frameworks upon which they may be studied and evaluated in and of themselves. (Discussions of particular schools of philosophy mentioned in this article are found in PHILOSOPHICAL SCHOOLS AND DOCTRINES, WESTERN .) (Ed.)

   

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