Welcome to the Foundry...
The foundry is the foundation for the rest of the Neosophi site. While some articles on this site are in conflict with one another they are designed to show more than one way of thinking so as not to leave any of us feeling too constrained. The world is full of potential knowledge just waiting to be discovered.
As Socrates is known to have said, the unexamined life is not worth living.
The development of knowledge has had a major impact on the world. Everything associated with knowledge such as science and technology is starting to evolve into a whole new dimension. Modern meaning is affected by technological innovation.
Many people want to know that there is something greater than themselves that created everything known and that this same something is still connected to us. For most people, it is less demanding to consider having a strong belief system or philosophy about existence, human presence, esteem frameworks, morals, the quest for learning and all the different things in the known world. A lot of people enjoy communication with others about such topics in the setting of such places as a philosophy forum.
The individuals who hold fast to standards of philosophy consider the old bosses like Aristotle, Socrates and Plato. They utilize rationale and motivation to approach any examination that emerges about existence and its intricate conceivable outcomes. Albeit numerous college programs don't accentuate philosophy as a noteworthy course of study, there are elective courses, philosophy forums, philosophy websites, productions and books on the hypothesis and the works deserted by the antiquated bosses to drive examination forward. Numerous modern philosophers no longer work as philosophers. They are researchers, lawmakers, craftsmen and other people who utilize their philosophies to push forward their missions in our world.
Wikipedia states that a civilization (UK and US) or civilisation (UK variant) is any complex society characterized by urban development, social stratification imposed by a cultural elite, symbolic systems of communication (for example, writing systems), and a perceived separation from and domination over the natural environment.
I believe civilization is so much more than this - I believe that being civil to one another is of vital importance to each and everyone's personal development and this is a good topic to explore on a philosophy forum - afterall surely philosophy started from the brain of a civilized being.
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