Concept context epistemology in comparative political science

Classified in Philosophy and ethics

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1.What is philosophy?

The study of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, causes, values and existence based on logical reasoning. It's an academic discipline, the love of wisdom.
2.What are the main branches of philosophy?
-Meaphysics: reality, el més enllà
-Philosophical anthropology: human nature and condition, what makes us human?
-Logic: distinguish good from bad reasoning.
-Epistemology: nature & scape of knowledge. The truth
-Ethics: moral conceps and decisions
-Political philosophy:governamental control
-Philosophy of language: epistemology & methaphysics.
3. What is hapiness?
Hapiness is a central purpose of human life, and a goal itself. It depends on ourselves and it can be described as well-being. I personally think we pursuit hapiness.
4. Difference between science and philosophy?
Science seeks answers and it has its basis on hypothesis that has to be falsable. Experiments are used to do this in order to prove evidences. On the other hand, philosophy uses logic and arguments to prove thesis or conclusions. Moreover, in science questions there's only one possible answer while in philosophy there is more than one. Science is objective while philosophy is subjective.
5. What is culture?
The characteristics and knowledge of a particular group of people, defined by everything from language, religion, culture, social habits and music.
6. What is epistemology?
The theory of knowledge with regard to validity and scope. The investigation of what distinguishes justified belief from opinion.

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