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  1. A person with a unique (and uniqueness includes originality and rarity) philosophy is called a philosopher. Any philosopher has his own philosophy, even if he is ranked or he ranks himself in some school (Platonism, ming-chia, dvaita Vedanta, Occamism, Kantianism, existentialism, etc.). All the same, his views have individual characteristics and differ from those of representatives of the same school. Otherwise, it is not a philosopher, but a reader or “specialist in philosophy”. Moreover, this philosophy can be haphazard, fragmented, eclectic, irrational – whatever. All these characteristics, as well as some name intended to place his views in one or another classification, are another matter. Let us remember, however, that it is difficult to be a true original without knowing the history of philosophy. As it was said in ancient times, there is no such absurdity that philosophers would not already defend.

  2. This is a rather strange question, because a person with his own unique philosophy is called a philosopher. In addition, the word “unique” here looks doubtful, since often the views of a well-known philosopher are partially based on ideas that were voiced before him

  3. People who are divided according to their philosophical views are named according to their views – sophists, cynics, etc. As a person who has an independently formed worldview, but does not tell anyone about it, I can say that I don't see any point in calling it anything other than “my”. When/if I decide to report it to the world, it will no longer be just “mine” and I will come up with a name for it, for example, “bliznyukism”. Then I will become a “bliznyukist”, and until then the label is not on me, which generally pleases me.

  4. A person with a unique philosophy is the king of philosophy. Professor Andrey Makarov noticed. that one person can't create their own world. Fortunately, he was wrong.

  5. A person who has a unique “philosophy” – is a useless dreamer and therefore has the right to be called (called) – as he pleases, namely a philosopher-becomes when sapiens, who delve into the course of his thoughts, manage to get rid of the misunderstandings and delusions inherent in their thinking…

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