One Answer

  1. It depends on who to prove it to. You, a man who has decided that he will use all the words as he pleases, calls logic epistemology, epistemology logic, and a philosopher-himself, can not be proved. For all the others, there are definitions of words and the word “philosopher” means a person who is engaged in philosophy, the word philosophy implies the search for solutions to very specific problems, and Plato, since he wrote many works in which he proposed solutions to these problems traditionally related to philosophy, solutions that still in some cases retain their relevance and applicability, is a philosopher. In fact, he created the tradition of using the word “philosophy” and giving it a certain meaning.

    What evidence is there that a table is a table?

Leave a Reply