Na filosofi sa ikoya na vulici ni taro raraba kei na veika bibi me baleta na bula, kila, yavunibula, vakasama, vakanananu, kei ivosavosa. Na taro vakaoqori ena dau tarogi wasoma ena gauna ni vuli se vakadodonutaki.

Taumada, "filosofi" solegi dua na yago ni kila.[1] Mai na gauna ni Makawa Kiriki dauvakavulica Aristotle ki na ika ika 19 senijiuri, "vakayago filosofi" solegi maliwalala, vunaiwai, ena fisiki.Script error: No such module "Footnotes". Kena ivakaraitaki, Issac Newton na 1687 Vakafika Ivakavuvuli ni Vakayago Filosofi e muri sa qai ivakatagedegedetaki me vaka e dua na ivola ni fisiki. Ena ika i 19 senijiuri, na tubu ni gauna oqo vakadidike univesiti liutaka na filosofi vuli kei na o tale eso me baleta na cakacakavaki kei na vakaivola.[2][3]Ena gauna oqo, eso na veivaqaqai ka ivalavalataki na tiki ni filosofi sa yaco me okati kina na vuli o, oka kina saikolaji, sociology, linguistics, and vakailavo, Eso tale na veivaqaqai era semati vakavoleka vei cakacakaniliga, vakadidike, politiki, se sasaga tale eso e dua na tiki ni filosofi.

VeitikinaEdit

  1. "Philosophy". www.etymonline.com. Online Etymological Dictionary. Retrieved 19 March 2016. The English word "philosophy" is first attested to c. 1300, meaning "knowledge, body of knowledge."
  2. Shapin, Steven (1998). [[[:Template:Google books]] The Scientific Revolution] Check |url= value (help) (1st ed.). University Of Chicago Press. ISBN 978-0-226-75021-7.
  3. Briggle, Robert Frodeman and Adam (11 January 2016). "When Philosophy Lost Its Way". Opinionator. Retrieved 25 April 2016.

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