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  • ...rg/stable/685952 Theory of integrative levels. The British Journal For The Philosophy Of Science, 5(17), 59-66.]</ref> [[Category:Philosophy]]
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  • ...he only truth is that which can be reached via the scientific method, that philosophy has no role within science, and that science does not require moral or ethi ...l positivism]] (an almost identical, although less extreme version of this philosophy) failed. As such it is completely self-annihilating,<ref name="philbasics">
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  • The philosophy behind this stems from the idea that each individual is responsible for his
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  • '''Communism''' is a [[socialist]] system of history, economics, and philosophy, built around the idea of creating a stateless, classless, and moneyless so ...ecords, and the peace to study them and develop and justify his historical philosophy. After years of work, he and Engels eventually published Das Kapital, an im
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  • ...an enclave of people were so horribly persecuted. Politics, sociology and philosophy all have a part to play. Much like early minority Christians were persecut
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  • ...w York: Routledge. p. 114. ISBN 0-415-04222-4.</ref> However, non-analytic philosophy can also be referred to any solution to a problem. ...ture of ethical statements <ref>Richard T. Garner and Bernard Rosen, Moral Philosophy: A Systematic Introduction to Normative Ethics and Meta-ethics. (Macmillan,
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  • ...ch [[theory]] is implemented in [[activism]]. Praxis has been prominent in philosophy through out its history, drawing influence from philosophers such as Soren [[Category:Philosophy]]
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  • ...p.utm.edu/amer-enl/ American Enlightenment at the internet encyclopedia of philosophy]</ref> Communism is a political and economic philosophy/worldview developed by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in the middle of the
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  • ...and people of color are not proportionately represented in modern academic philosophy <ref>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEr-xXHVjKk</ref>. *[http://www.iep.utm.edu/rawls/ Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy on Rawls]
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  • Objectivism is a "philosophy" that originates from novelist Ayn Rand. Objectivism grounds ethical action ...http://www.rotman.uwo.ca/2012/the-system-that-wasnt-there-ayn-rands-failed-philosophy-and-why-it-matters/</ref>.
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  • ...erty and equality.<ref>Russell, Bertrand (2000) [1945]. History of Western Philosophy. London: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-22854-9.</ref> There are several different f ...tions on the government and laissez-faire capitalism <ref>Modern Political Philosophy (1999), Richard Hudelson, pp. 37–38 http://www.google.com/books?id=sq-1z8
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  • ...Hoff Sommers''' is an [[United States of America|American]] author, former philosophy professor, and member of the neoconservative think tank The American Enterp The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy has labeled Sommers's brand of feminism socially conservative or [[Libertar
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  • ...rg/stable/685952 Theory of integrative levels. The British Journal For The Philosophy Of Science, 5(17), 59-66.]</ref> [[Category:Philosophy]]
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  • ...and people of color are not proportionately represented in modern academic philosophy <ref>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEr-xXHVjKk</ref>. *[http://www.iep.utm.edu/rawls/ Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy on Rawls]
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  • ...he only truth is that which can be reached via the scientific method, that philosophy has no role within science, and that science does not require moral or ethi ...l positivism]] (an almost identical, although less extreme version of this philosophy) failed. As such it is completely self-annihilating,<ref name="philbasics">
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  • Objectivism is a "philosophy" that originates from novelist Ayn Rand. Objectivism grounds ethical action ...http://www.rotman.uwo.ca/2012/the-system-that-wasnt-there-ayn-rands-failed-philosophy-and-why-it-matters/</ref>.
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  • ...Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. It was created in the 19th century. Their philosophy focuses on economic and social inequality in relation to capitalism and how
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  • A distinction in sociology, philosophy and identity theory can be made between identifying with something and bein
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