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  1. Heh, first you need to figure out whether philosophy is a science. We will omit this question. Rationality is rather a useful principle that allows you to consolidate and justify the right things. In other words, rationality does not make the useful random.

    This immediately brings to mind Socrates ' argument about random belief and well-founded knowledge. He says that you can, of course, walk to the city of Larissa by accident. But knowing the way, a person is more likely to be in the right place and not get lost along the way. So with the principles of rationality, they allow you to better navigate someone's reasoning and understand whether someone's beliefs are random in nature. For example, a survivor's systematic error can often be characterized by an irrational understanding of the situation.

  2. Rationalism (from the Latin “ratio” meaning “reason”) is a method of cognition based on reason. Philosophy is a science (although not everyone considers it a real science) that studies and explains things, concepts, and phenomena. One of the most important methods of philosophy, of course, is rationalism, which means that philosophy can be called rational. It rationalizes, systematizes thinking, reveals logic in phenomena and concepts.

  3. Philosophy is not a science and has nothing to do with science. “Seek wisdom, not knowledge. Knowledge is the past. Wisdom is the future.”Many people do not understand that philosophy is the love of wisdom, and how can wisdom be a science? Please tell me where they study science – – – wisdom??? With respect.

  4. Philosophy is rational. There is no irrational philosophy (there is a narrow understanding of rationality, when rational=scientific). But there is the rational, and there is the foundation of the rational. The mathematician makes an indication of the basis of the rational when he says “it is obvious”. Evidence is not proven, it is deeper than proof and proof. Logic and proofs, Descartes and Kant believed, appear at the “second step”. The first is the freedom step. It is there that what is then presented in the rationally understood content of the activity and as a kind of evidence is tied up. In other words, in the case of evidence, we have a non-reflexive basis of rationality. We can only talk about it indirectly (for example, with the help of pragmem — Mamardashvili M. K.). More precisely, not about the foundation itself, but about working (practicing) with this foundation.

  5. Why only philosophy? After all, all sciences belong to the rational or have the rational in them. But if we talk about philosophy, then, according to philosophers, it is most rational in the sense that in it, as in no other science, reason is represented, or, to put it another way, relies on it. This is determined primarily by the fact that its main objects of knowledge, in fact, are related to the mind.

  6. The bottom line is that the world is bineren. Philosophy is a theory that exists in conjunction with practice. One cannot exist without the other, try to build a building without having a drawing on paper or in your head, you will only get chaos, or against it, try to invent a building, but without making it a reality you will not be able to live in it, and transfer your furniture to it.

    Know, Be Able, Act. Here is the right path to development.

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