Asked • 04/16/19

Can you prove anything in philosophy?

I don't understand philosophy very well, and so I am wondering whether you can "prove" anything in philosophy. It always seems you can go a layer down, and find another question, almost endlessly until you get to the question of "why/how/are we here?" Can you prove, absolutely, and 100% that something is true, in the field of philosophy?

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Madeline L. answered • 04/22/19

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