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Introduction to Philosophy


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Aristotle

(384-322 B.C.)

Welcome to Introduction to Philosophy!

 

Philosophy studies ultimate principles by means of human reason.  Our human intellect is naturally inclined to know or judge the truth; our human will is naturally inclined to love or choose the good.  Thus, philosophy has always been considered to be the love of good judgment.

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C. S. Lewis

(1898-1963)