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威尔-杜兰特的《哲学的故事》。它是否有用/准确/值得/"好"?它能帮助我确定主要问题和领域的方向吗,还是说它被认为问题太多,不值得一读?有没有类似的一般性介绍的建议?

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#askphilosophy

Major philosophers who think someone can be wrong about whether they are in pain or not? (www.reddit.com)
How does moral realism account for differences of opinion about morality? (www.reddit.com)
What is a simple way to understand Jean Baudrillard's concept of hyperreality? (www.reddit.com)
How would philosophy react to the introduction of an alien civilization? (www.reddit.com)
Will Durant's The Story of Philosophy: Is it useful/accurate/worthy/"good"? Will it help orient me toward the major questions and fields, or is it considered too problematic to bother with? Any similar recommendations for general introductions? (www.reddit.com)
How to argue against conservative view of Sexuality (www.reddit.com)
Since humans are imperfect beings, does that mean our potential for improvement is infinite? (www.reddit.com)
How did you get better at expressing myself philosophically? (www.reddit.com)
Are there any arguments that different moral theories are/n't even talking about the same kind of morality/ought? (www.reddit.com)
Did any philosophers write about being depressed that moral and cultural relativism is true? (www.reddit.com)
I am currently reading Karl Marx's "Das Kapital". What are some critics I should know/things to keep in mind while reading it? (www.reddit.com)
Why do people believe that uploading their consciousness will make them live forever? (www.reddit.com)
I'll need Foucault's theories for my thesis, where should I start from? (www.reddit.com)
Social contract theory and The Death Penalty (www.reddit.com)
How may a psychology undergraduatestudent chart a way to become a philosopher of mind? (www.reddit.com)
How is Hell compatible with an omnibenevolent God? (www.reddit.com)
Is it permissible for a man to escape a cruel punishment, even when he is guilty? (www.reddit.com)
How long does it take for something to become 'philosophical canon'? (www.reddit.com)
Are their any good arguments against Modal Realism? (Metaphysics of Modality) (www.reddit.com)
What Spinoza means when he says that "God is explicated by the nature of human mind"? (www.reddit.com)
What is the difference between the Buddhist notion of no - self & more contemporary views of personal identity? (www.reddit.com)
Wait, so what’s the difference between Semiotics and Semiology again? (www.reddit.com)
Why is the History of philosophy even important to the academic discipline of philosophy? (www.reddit.com)
In Philosophy of Mind, why is Idealism less popular than the alternatives? (www.reddit.com)
If an Omnipotent, Omniscient and Omnibenevolent God does not intervene to prevent an evil act, should I intervene? (www.reddit.com)
(hard question) Do calculus prove to us that matter is infinitely divisible? (www.reddit.com)
What does it mean for something to already exist in a logical sense? (www.reddit.com)
Without falling into a cycle of infinite regress or depending on anything other than demonstrable truths, how could the objective morality or immorality of something be demonstrated? (www.reddit.com)
Who gets to define what “God” and other controversial words mean? (www.reddit.com)
Do previous trials of a chance driven process affect whether or not the current trial was intentional? (www.reddit.com)
Are there philosophers who opposes reason and favours the irrational? I heard someone called the existentialists "irrtional" but is it even possible to avoid reason completely as an intellectual? (www.reddit.com)
Should we respect harmful ideas by virtue of them existing? Does the existence of "two sides" validate them both equally? (www.reddit.com)
As a layperson, what's the best online platform to submit articles on my philosophical thoughts on a particular topic, for maximum exposure? (www.reddit.com)
I can’t grasp why the divine foreknowledge and free will argument commits the modal fallacy (www.reddit.com)
Why no one swearing to philosophers or why philosophers are not swearing (www.reddit.com)
Can you give me an example of something, that is neither God nor Nothing (as in, the absence of anything), that does not have a Creator/was not Created? (www.reddit.com)
What objective claim do parents have over children by virtue of being parents? (www.reddit.com)
Why does it seem like philosophy 'moves' from region to region by importance? (www.reddit.com)
Who are the current philosophers talking about what constitutes misinformation? (www.reddit.com)
What does formal philosophy education give a student that autodidactic education does not or cannot? (www.reddit.com)
Does panpsychism hold that all material objects have *consciousness*, or that all material objects have the subjective-type capacity to *experience* events? (www.reddit.com)
Who are the current philosophers talking about how the internet shapes our perception and consciousness? (www.reddit.com)
How can I reconcile emotional needs with genuine interrogation of philosophy? (www.reddit.com)
What is the best argument which is aimed to refute the argument that everything must have a creator therefore GOD? (www.reddit.com)
There's an intimate connection in my mind between poetry and the metaphysics of being. Does Aristotle's Poetics and Metaphysics connect in that way? (www.reddit.com)
What is the term to define something based on its creation/process of formation? (Rather than its present or superficial existence) (www.reddit.com)
Can someone help me analyze this? Its from the beginning of thus spake zarathustra (www.reddit.com)
Can you explain in (relatively) simple terms (possibly using examples/analogies) how epistemology differs from ontology? (www.reddit.com)
Is there a term for choosing ends in themselves, as opposed to means? (www.reddit.com)
Would it be morally permissible for aliens to wipe us out, or subjugate us, etc., just as we do to animals? (www.reddit.com)
Introduction to Philosophy of Education? (www.reddit.com)
Are there any philosophers that dealt with a lot of suffering/pain? (www.reddit.com)
If we could cure someone of their evil, would it be cruel to enact punishment on them so that they could experience some form of “tit for tat”? (www.reddit.com)
Is there a Death of the Good concept equivalent to Death of God? (www.reddit.com)
Is ''I'' or the ''Self'' inseparable from memories and experience? (www.reddit.com)
Is there a relation between the PSR and the identity of indiscernibles? (www.reddit.com)
Does the human brain ever stop thinking? On meditation, detachment and enligthment (www.reddit.com)
Is there anything that can help me make sense of Being and Nothingness? (www.reddit.com)
Are there any other epic debates between philosophers like the famous talk between Michel Foucault and Noam Chomsky? (www.reddit.com)
What to make of Bertrand Russel's claim that Hitler was a consequence of Rousseau's philosophy? (www.reddit.com)
Responses to the “shoemaker” objection to Kant’s ethics (www.reddit.com)
How can we ask ourselves wether our lives have any meaning, with the ability that we have to just stop existing? (www.reddit.com)
Aside from Kant, are there any other philosophers who reject moral "common sense"? (www.reddit.com)
Why are morally right actions in virtue ethics based on how a virtuous person would act? (www.reddit.com)
What does Nick Land mean when he says “capitalism is exit. when you are trying to exit from capitalism, you are doing capitalism” ? (www.reddit.com)
Can there ever be such a thing as ‘genuine consent’ for human sacrifice and cannibalism? (www.reddit.com)
If someone wonders whether or not they have free will would that mean they have free will? (www.reddit.com)
Can anyone recommend any books that outline difference philosophical schools of thought, such as stoicism, nihilism and existentialism? (www.reddit.com)
Spinoza's ethics: what are your favourite supplementary texts, expositions, etc? (www.reddit.com)
Are there any good works on nuclear ethics, the logic of deterrence, or any philosophical issue related to nuclear weapons? (www.reddit.com)
I want to spend the next four years studying various types of philosophy as a hobby. Were do i begin? (www.reddit.com)
Can anyone explain what Nick Land means when he says “time is a transcendental object” to someone who hasn’t read Kant? (www.reddit.com)
If false memories are so easily created, and since memory is huge part of our identity, are our a lot of memories and part of identity is just a fiction? (www.reddit.com)
Are there philosophers who argue that the prevalent disagreement in philosophy is due to the differences in intuitions across different philosophers? (www.reddit.com)
is there a fallacy for the claim that my truth is the only truth? there is only one-side to the coin (www.reddit.com)
Are there any philosophers, or profilic speakers and writters, who criticise internet, social media and the way it imapcted our world? (www.reddit.com)
14y/o trying to get into philosophy with zero previous experience (www.reddit.com)
What would Socrates, Plato and Aristotle think about climate change/ global warming? (www.reddit.com)
Do Utilitarians tend to view punishment itself through a consequentialist lense? (www.reddit.com)
Please help me understand the mind body problem. (www.reddit.com)
Looking for a meta-discussion of Formalism and mathematical philosophy (www.reddit.com)
How likely is it that an event would violate the law of large numbers? (www.reddit.com)
What is the most popular criticism of right-libertarianism? (www.reddit.com)
Self-taught philosopher here: with the importance of language to modern philosophy, why isn't the issue of aesthetics discussed more often? (www.reddit.com)
What are the best intro books to Immanuel kants philosophy, particularly metaphysics? (www.reddit.com)
What are some modern philosophers that tackle issues that are unique to the 21st century? (www.reddit.com)
How do you create a philosophy? Are there any real rules? If I wrote down some rules for “Banana-ism” where I outline why everyone should eat and grow as many bananas as possible, would that not be a philosophy? (www.reddit.com)
What is an action which would be regarded as anti ethical by any reasonable person regardless of the context in which it is done in? (www.reddit.com)
Are good deeds morally moot because I get a good feeling after them? Does being motivated to do good things for other people because I feel good after it mean I'm just driven to make myself feel good? (www.reddit.com)
What are Schopenhauer's views on suicide? Did he support and justify the idea given his views on reality? (www.reddit.com)
Newbie Question: What is the difference between Political Philosophy, Political Theory and Formal Political Theory? (www.reddit.com)
Are logical truths, analytic truths, and tautologies all synonymous, or are there technical distinctions between them? (www.reddit.com)
Is open borders and universal suffrage compatible? (www.reddit.com)
In ethics, is it more morally wrong to kill or to torture people? (www.reddit.com)
Trying to remember the name of a particular greek philosopher (www.reddit.com)
Is the human being objective or subjective? (www.reddit.com)
Why Does Kant Consider Mathematics Or Geometry To Be Synthetic And Not Analytical? (www.reddit.com)
Philosophy Journal Recommendations for a Student (www.reddit.com)
Are there areas in philosophy where people use the same evidence, but arrive at different conclusions? (www.reddit.com)
What are the most popular modern day philosophical perspectives? (www.reddit.com)
Is eliminativism vs reductionism distinction without a difference? (www.reddit.com)
What are some examples of philosophers being “vindicated” by the discoveries of science? (www.reddit.com)
How can we be sure that the self, the individual persists through time? (www.reddit.com)
Does philosophy have anything to say about the nature of time or time in general? (www.reddit.com)
If I think or discuss the concept of ”everything” am I ”interacting” with ”everything” at the same time? (www.reddit.com)
In a world where a god exists and the world he makes is the equivalent of hell. Would it ethical to fight against him and brake all of his laws or would the fact that he is god be enough to prove that the ethical act would be to submit to his laws. (www.reddit.com)
Hi, im starting my a-level PRE course and i've noticed multiple philosophers argue 'society' is fundamental but we haven't really gone over why, can someone help me out? (www.reddit.com)
What does the word 'conceive' mean in the philosophical zombie argument? (www.reddit.com)
If someone's goal is to reduce animal suffering, then shouldn't the more ethically successful diet be to eat carnivores rather than to be vegan? (www.reddit.com)
If “objective” means impossible to deny, then on what ground does the impossibility rest? (www.reddit.com)
What's the Philosophy when movie Villains say stuff like "Strength is the only thing that matters," or "mercy is a privilege of the strong" or "only the Strong survive"? (www.reddit.com)
If two theories have equal explanatory power and depth, and both are equally parsimonious and consistent, then what theory should win? (www.reddit.com)
Does it hurt to think that the world is perfect? I used to think it is but I have become negative towards that statement. What is an ideal worldview one should have that balances the amount of positivity and truth? (www.reddit.com)
How does Kant’s Universalizability Principle relate to new technology? (www.reddit.com)
Does the concept of (deductive) validity apply only to argument forms, or can it also apply to single arguments? Which is more fundamental? (www.reddit.com)
Why do people, upon realizing something COULD be true, entertain ideas with no reason or grounds to believe that it IS true? (www.reddit.com)
Can someone ELI5 Spinoza’s conception of substance, attributes, modes, and extension? (www.reddit.com)
Karl Popper called Marxism a pseudoscience, what other philosophical theories would be pseudoscientific according to his theory of demarcation? (www.reddit.com)
How to make sense of the idea that objective aesthetic value is real, but subjective aesthetic value is better? (www.reddit.com)
According to Kant, why is the possibility of synthetic a priori judgements a necessary condition for the possibility of metaphysics? (www.reddit.com)
Does some philosophy exist that claims that everything that exists is physical? (www.reddit.com)
How does Kant’s right to self defense work with his perfect duty to not harm others? (www.reddit.com)
What, exactly, is Kierkegaard's "leap into faith" and how does it compare to/contrast with Pascal's Wager? (www.reddit.com)
"The ends justify the means" - what are the pro-arguments? (www.reddit.com)
Is there some "quick and dirty" supposed counterexample to virtue ethics, as there is to deontology or utilitarianism? (www.reddit.com)
Help understanding "facts vs properties" and instantiation (www.reddit.com)
If you have one advice to give to a future philosophy student, what would it be? (www.reddit.com)
What is the contemporaneous equivalent of Aristotle's "contemplative life"? What does it mean to live it today? (www.reddit.com)
How long has compatibilism been the majority stance on free will for philosophers? (www.reddit.com)
Do you read the prologues/intros to your philosophy books? (www.reddit.com)
What makes philosophical study important in the modern day? (www.reddit.com)
I'm looking for a positive case for procreation being an ethical good, specifically rebutting antinatalists like Zapffe and Schopenhauer. (www.reddit.com)
What have philosophers said about pseudoscience over the years? (www.reddit.com)