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Rationality is something that we do not always understand. Inquiry is something that everyone uses at some point or other. But rationality is more than grammatically correct form and some combination of truthfulness or truth-aptness. Rationality is a presupposition of all inquiry. In other words, every question presupposes that there is a rational answer to … Continue reading Rationality and Inquiry – Simply Philosophy

Dividing Categories

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Dividing Categories In the previous post of this series, I explained that there is no super categories of absolutely everything that exists. The highest categories include such things as quantities, relations, substances, etc. However, I did not give any information on how to properly divide a category. All categories are properly divided by taking the … Continue reading Dividing Categories