Seemingly theoretic - surely pervasive
For me, doing philosophy means challenging fundamental beliefs in everyday life. It's a lot about asking questions and transforming ideas into well-defined notions. I contribute to strengthening ethical considerations in policy making. Philosophy taught me to approach the inconceivable. Or rather the seemingly inconceivable.
"Science is what you know. Philosophy is what you don't know."
Even if a little rough, this quote describes the essential mentality of doing philosophy. Besides, it helped me conceive of philosophy as the attempt of dealing with phenomena we do not have empirical access to.
During my philosophy studies, a collection of writings, slide sets and learning materials has formed. I share some of them here.