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Author: Keith Begley

contemplation of philosophical questions (i.e. questions which used to be or would subsequently be raised by philosophers) does not qualify as philosophy. The primary indication of the reflectiveness of thought is methodological consciousness, and this is conspicuously lacking in the early thinkers. [….] Some

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis