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Conference paper

Philosophy as a humanistic discipline

Filip Grgić orcid id

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The paper discusses how to situate philosophy with respect to the other fields of humanities. It is argued that there is no such thing as an independent or pure philosophical inquiry: the philosophical activity is always informed with insights, results and methods specific for either the sciences or the humanities. Philosophy is necessarily just a part of the collective endeavour to understand the world, which comprises various disciplines. As a consequence, there is no special problem of the relationship between philosophy and science, or between philosophy and humanities.


humanities, philosophy, science, uncertainty

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