celebritydiscodave wrote:I think of a philosopher in terms of a person possessing well beyond the average range of philosophical powers,whether currently recognised,or not,by the greater public. The capacity for thinking outside of being human(beyond one`s personal programming)is essentially in my view what defines philosophers from the rest. Am I?
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And no, if one considers the ability to think coherently to be a (super)power beyond one's 'programming' I would have great reservations over calling that person a lover of knowledge.