According to Socrates, Philosophy is a theory that uses logic and reason to understand reality and respond to the fundamental concerns about morality, life, and human nature (Wolfsdorf, 2020). It originated from the Greek word 'Philosopha,' which means the love of wisdom. Similarly, philosophy according to Plato refers to the constant questioning of human thoughts and the nature of the universe (Gerson, 2017).
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Gerson, L. P. (2017). Plato, Platonism, and the History of Philosophy. In What Makes a Philosopher Great? (pp. 12-29). Routledge.