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Studying Indian Philosophy for two decades.

Steven R. Storch

Ethics, Existentialism and Phenomenology, Continental Metaphysics

Maciej St. Zięba

I can answer questions concerning Eastern (Oriental) philosophies and philosophers (Indian, Tibetan, Indonesian, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese: Hinduist, Buddhist, Confucianist, Taoist and other; alas not Islamic or Jewish) - both in terms of notions and facts (history of their development). I can write in English, French, Esperanto, Polish and Russian, German, Dutch and Norwegian. I can also understand questions in Spanish and Italian.

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2016-12-20 Robocop and Frankenstein:

There is no legitimate logical process that fits your description.  However there are a host of informal fallacies that might fit the bill:    1. Equivocation: using a term in more than one sense.  Clever

2016-12-10 Men and women:

Dear Zarra,    if you approach your questions in a simplistic way, your first and third questions, and the first half of the second question have one simple answer: Yes. The second part of the second question

2016-12-10 evil:

Dear Tanya,    the question you are asking youself is a pertinent question that has been raised by hundreds of philosophers from all countries of the world so far, and many of them tried to answer them

2016-11-10 Is morality a human invention or do we all have somewhat of a built in moral compass:

Great question.  Some philosophers, like the early Sophists in ancient Greece through the modern era with David Hume, and to a great extent, have argued that most human knowledge is learned from experience

2016-11-05 truth:

Excellent question Adam.    Science does have truth as its goal, as do most human endeavors.  The scientific method makes use of a fundamental truth or principle of logic, namely that no false proposition

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