I don’t take enough time…

To be grateful that I can just post ANYTHING I want to on here. It’s scary but ultimately… is that not what most people in “media” want? Complete freedom to say whatever they think is true?

I guess the problem is, if you can say anything, it’s your fault if you say the wrong thing. You can’t blame it on anyone else. But in the end, that’s a pretty good problem to have, so… maybe I should just use it until I have nothing left to say??

“What is Philosophy” Extras (Part 2)

Miss Part 1? Click here!

As promised…
I mean, just… wow. Anyway…

Here are all the links from the description, but prettier:

Philosophy is a big ol’ monster of a subject, so it can be hard to know where to start. In this video I’ll give you a quick overview of the six branches of philosophy, and provide some resources that also introduce the subject in an accessible way, in case you want to learn more.

MindMeister!

The Great Courses and The Great Courses Plus!

The Modern Intellectual Tradition from Descartes to Derrida with Lawrence Cahoone
The Great Ideas of Philosophy with Daniel N. Robinson
The Big Questions of Philosophy with David K. Johnson
Why Evil Exists with Charles Mathewes
Science Fiction and Philosophy with David K. Johnson

An Introduction to Philosophy” by Daniel J. Sullivan

Audiobooks:
Will Durant’s “The Story of Philosophy
Bertrand Russell’s “A History of Western Philosophy
Exploring Metaphysics” with David K. Johnson

What else? The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy on…
Metaphysics / Epistemology / Logic / Ethics / Politics

I also really love this website: www.philosophybasics.com

I also just found this free Intro textbook while looking for the above site.

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“What is Philosophy?” Video Extras (Part 1)

Okay, you’re here. This is exciting. So first, I might be biased but I think you should go check out my “Philosophy” tab because… I want you to?

Additionally! I know sometimes people are like “you didn’t leave the visual aid/text bit up for long enough!” – for which I’m sorry, it’s hard to time stuff like that right and I’m working on it, BUT here’s all that stuff in one convenient spot, if you want to go back over it.

All of these diagrams were made using MindMeister, which is literally my favorite thing.

Alright. So. That’ll be the end of Part 1.

Click to read Part 2!