Philosophical Argument – how to evaluate its quality?

In the last article I briefly described what a 'philosophical argument' means. This article continues on this, so far, short series and looks at how we can assess the quality of an argument and what it means to say that an argument is valid or sound. As often is the case, it starts with some …

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Philosophical Argument – what is it?

In this article, I would like to explore what is a philosophical argument and what it is made of. It is worth clarifying that by 'argument' I do not mean an angry exchange of accusations or any other type of emotionally heated conflict. So, for starters, we should be clear about what philosophical argument is …

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Maturity

When are you mature? What does it mean - to be mature? Does it happen automatically as you grow older? I think maturity is not directly linked to your age. We all can think of at least one example when an adult is acting like a child and a young person seems to have an …

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