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Wikipedia Always Ends In Philosophy

Posted Apr 11, '14 at 9:01pm

EmperorPalpatine

EmperorPalpatine

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Library binding
Serial (literature)
Periodical Literature
Publishing
Dissemination
Communication
Information
Data
Type‚Ä"token distinction
Philosophy

 

Posted Apr 11, '14 at 10:05pm

blk2860

blk2860

4,149 posts

My Name Is Earl
1. Greg Garcia (producer)
2. Sitcom
3. Portmanteau
4. Word
5. Linguistics
6. Science
7. Knowledge
8. Fact
9. Proof (truth)
10. Necessity and sufficiency
11. Logic
12. Reason
13. Consciousness
14. Quality (philosophy)
15. Property (philosophy)
16. Modern philosophy
17. Philosophy
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Alien abduction
1. Alien abduction entities
2. Medicine
3. Applied science
4. Science
5. Knowledge
6. Fact
7. Proof (truth)
8. Necessity and sufficiency
9. Logic
10. Reason
11. Consciousness
12. Quality (philosophy)
13. Property (philosophy)
14. Modern philosophy
15. Philosophy
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Urban legend
1. Folklore
2. Legend
3. Narrative
4. Report
5. Presentation
6. Lecture
7. Presentation

and then it just repeats, and repeats, and repeats...

 

Posted Apr 14, '14 at 12:55am

bluesky4us

bluesky4us

31 posts

1. Bipolar junction transistor
2. transistor
3. semiconductor device
4. electronic components
5. electrons
6. subatomic particle
7. physical sciences
8. Ancient Greek
9. Greek
10. Indo-European
11. Europe
12. continent
13. Earth
14. Planet
15. Astronomical object
16. Entity
17. Abstraction
18. First principle
19. Philosophy

it will find it way to philosophy does not matter if ancient Greek is in parentheses.
isint all logic philosophy? think about it long and hard.

i know about the rule with parentheses but still thinking in its self is philosophy. the ancient Greeks where some of the first European people to question existence.

with this logic Wikipedia is philosophy in itself.

 

Posted Apr 19, '14 at 12:28am

EmperorPalpatine

EmperorPalpatine

5,011 posts

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Vietnamese noodles
Vietnamese cuisine
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Fermentation in food processing
Carbohydrate
Biomolecule
Molecule
Atom
Matter
Light
Electromagnetic radiation
Radiant energy
Energy
Physics
Natural science
Science
Knowledge
Fact
Proof (truth)
Necessity and sufficiency
Logic
Philosophy

 

Posted Apr 19, '14 at 12:18pm

R2D21999

R2D21999

8,558 posts

I'm going to try once more.

1. R2-D2
2. Fictional universe
3. Consistency
4. Classical logic
5. Mathematical logic
6. Mathematics
7. Quantity
8. Property (philosophy)

I'll stop there as we all know where its going.

1. Clones
2. County Monaghan
3. Counties of Ireland
4. Norman invasion of Ireland
5. Normans
6. Normandy
7. France
8. Western Europe
9. Europe
10. Continent
11. Land
12. Earth
13. Planet
14. Astronomical object
15. Entity
16. Abstraction
17. First principle
18. Philosophy

Darn it I had a feeling about that one but I instantly saw Philosophy as the first word in first principle and knew I was screwed.

 

Posted Apr 19, '14 at 10:10pm

PauseBreak

PauseBreak

310 posts

It might be a cute little game....

...but little do we know,

Everything in life boils down to philosophy. It's the very fundamentals of life. All morals and ethics stem from it. All beliefs and non-beliefs (which are beliefs) stem from it. Even language and dietary habits come from philosophy.

:D

 
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