You are viewing a single comment's thread from:

RE: Philosophy of common sense a view of perceptual and reflective judgments

in Project HOPE3 months ago

Hello @lupafilotaxia Science asks very specific and carefully formulated questions. In addition, it tries to use very clear and specific definitions in the vocabulary it uses, so that it is clear whether a theory or hypothesis is fulfilled or not. Philosophy, on the other hand, asks much more general questions than science, and usually uses concepts much more difficult to define that, to be understood, first require to be known, very good post very interesting, thank you.


Hi @aplausos, good point certainly scientific arguments prescribe specific behaviors product of experimentation. Thanks for your accurate comment.