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  1. Philosophy is a way of thinking. To create your own way of thinking, you need to at least learn how others thought before you, and then learn how to actually think – that is, connect thoughts in chains and networks that would not be randomly arranged in this order, and not in another.

    In other words, philosophy is an attempt to organize the mental chaos into some metastable, self-sustaining state, to reduce mental entropy. And the philosopher, accordingly, is the one who seeks such states, seeks to be in them and expand them, to cover with them as much as possible imaginable space.

  2. Philosophy is a thinking worldview as a guide to life. Here is the one who is interested in philosophy, for whom such an interest is not an episode in life, but the one who carries his interest all his life, who reflects in the sphere of worldview, he is a philosopher. It is impossible to create one's own philosophy at will, and no one needs it, a person must be born a philosopher, nature must reward him with such a gift, and also with a gift of genius, only then “his own” philosophy will have value and interest for others. Take a look here: https://proza.ru/avtor/aleksandrr

  3. I've asked myself this question several times.

    And each time I came to the same conclusion:

    Everything is relative and unique to everyone. Even understanding that you have a philosophy is a unique concept.

    The way you live, what kind of lifestyle suits you. What actions you do and WHY you do them is philosophy.

    Maybe it's just for me.

    For me, philosophy: politics, laws, rules are inside me, and relativity is all that.

    The totality of everything that describes you and your lifestyle is philosophy. It can be anything.

    And a philosopher, um, I think, is a person who has learned to explain and explain all the experience gained. Having a specific philosophy of his life and how he sees the world. This formed his view and opinion on everything, even what he hadn't seen yet.

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