|Abstract||The term “philosophy” can be used in various senses. Here I mean by "philosophy" the practice of reflecting seriously on what I believe about the questions I regard as the most fundamental , to make sure as far as possible that what I believe is actually true. There is a second sense of the word, in which a philosophy” is a set of beliefs or opinions or conclusions about certain important questions, but philosophy in the sense I am concerned with is the practice or habit of reflecting on beliefs, and not a particular set of beliefs.|
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