- Why did everyone start to hate the Russians if the U.S. did the same thing in Afghanistan, Iraq?
- What needs to be corrected in the management of Russia first?
- Why did Blaise Pascal become a religious man at the end of his life?
- How do I know if a guy likes you?
- When they say "one generation", how many do they mean?
Each science has its own division of philosophy, which searches for solutions to the actual problems of this particular science. Where there is a practical application for humans, ethical questions always arise – biology, history, medicine, sociology, and psychology.
Where there are experiments, there are questions of interpretation of these experiments – physics.
Where there are difficulties in establishing the truth, epistemology – history, physics-is relevant.
Ontology turns out to be important where there is a complex taxonomy – that is, in biology in the first place.
A century earlier, I would have said that with history and social sciences, perhaps with mathematics (in terms of logic). But today philosophy is increasingly shifting to the field of natural sciences: biology, physics, etc. And that's great. I believe that the role of philosophy is to be a meta-science, reflecting on the problems and discoveries of other sciences. Philosophy can pose questions in a way that a separate, narrower science is most often not capable of. And to answer them in a completely unexpected way. For example, the problems of genetic engineering have suddenly changed from purely biological to philosophical ones, because they are not so simple. it was philosophical ethics that asked the question of how ethical everything that genetics has become capable of is. I think that any modern scientific discovery or invention should be analyzed by philosophy, so that it does not turn out as it once did with atomic energy. Ideally, it would be a good idea for every science today to have such a “meta-department” consisting of philosophers who are savvy in this particular scientific field. Then there is a chance that science will become more humane, ethical and environmentally friendly.
Philosophy has a close relationship with all the sciences-from physics and biology to sociology and political science.
From the point of view of philosophy, there is a cycle of water and energy. This is a direct link to physics and biology.
The inner beauty of a person that philosophy speaks about is psychology and medicine.
Beauty and wisdom of thought-rhetoric and literature.
The same list includes astronomy, sociology, political science, and any science related to nature and society.
Philosophy is the basis on which any science is built. Based on the above, no science can exist without philosophy. Our whole life is a philosophy and everyone understands it. Earth's inhabitants understand that they are born to learn, learn, and improve. This is a long process from the day of birth and ends with the departure of a person to another world. We are all philosophers and there is no field or science in which it is absent. With respect.