BRANCHES OF PHILOSOPHY, from the Greek words episteme (knowledge) and…
BRANCHES OF PHILOSOPHY
the study of value or of goodness
The value of something can be seen as having intrinsic properties, valuable in its own right, or to have extrinsic properties
Ethics- the study of values in human behavior or the study of moral problems: (1) the rightness and wrongness of actions, (2) the kinds of things which are good or desirable, and (3) whether actions are blameworthy or praiseworthy.
Aesthetics - the study of value in the arts or the inquiry into feelings, judgments, or standards of beauty and related concepts. Philosophy of art is concerned with judgments of sense, taste, and emotion.
devoted to examining the scope and nature of logic
the investigation, critical analysis and intellectual reflection on issues arising in logic.
the branch of study that concerns questions about reference, predication, identity, truth, quantification, existence, entailment, modality, and necessity
the application of formal logical techniques to philosophical problems.
the study of being, creates the framework for how we, as individuals, connected in societies, make sense of the reality in which we live
to unlock the way reality is understood, by taking as its object of study the actual being of things, matters, concepts, experiences, and words.
Metaphysics deals with the so-called first principles of the natural order and "the ultimate generalizations available to the human intellect.
Seeks to identify and establish the relationships between the categories, if any, of the types of existent things.
it sets out to explain why we jointly decide that certain things are true, and others are not.
Science, and the interpretation of scientific results, changes the way society acts at all stages of life.
For example, ‘smoking is bad for the health presented as truths based on scientific research.
from the Greek words episteme (knowledge) and logos (word/speech/study)
deals with the nature, origin, scope and (possibility/study) of knowledge
from Classical Greek λόγος (logos), originally meaning the word, or what is spoken,