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Philosophy and Its Role Philosophy as we know it today began at the axis of history Philosophy was bred out of the need to study the abuse of power As we know all meaning is in terms of relation These relations when shared by a group of people compose social structure This structure of a group of people leads to a common power The presence of power lends itself to abuse of its very own nature This abuse of power is often very recognizable Because of this people choose to analyze this abuse of power and question it This is what we call philosophy The different meaning that people drew from their own personal observations on the use and abuse of power as to whether it was good or bad are the tenets of philosophy From this we draw that the purpose of philosophy is to understand the use and abuse of power categorize it as good or bad and then reform it so that it is deemed fair by everyone that is subject to it Meaning as it is gained transforms reality for humans There exist three worlds of existence for human beings As our perception deepens in these worlds so does our meaning When our understanding of the meaning of things is complete in one world we are moved to the next world The same applies here until we have assimilated all meaning pertaining to specific objects in all three worlds From the World of Immediacy we learn that things are present Once our meaning expands to what these objects are we are in the World Mediated by Meaning When we are able to place more that one meaning on one object we have entered the World Constituted of Meaning In this world our understanding of the objects that constitute it are complete and specific In order for us to move along the line of worlds of meaning we must
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