Philosophy lacks an answer

The point of philosophy is to raise more questions than provide answers. The subject is a fodder for thinking.

Despite its opacity, philosophy is measurable. It’s an instrument for producing ideas in a sea of sameness. It bubbles with countless abstractions to raise clarity in the gray spaces.

Abstraction is essentially the process of hiding unnecessary details of some part of a system while still retaining the ability to interact with it in a productive way.

Overcomplicated by Samuel Arbesman

Unlike Google, don’t expect philosophy to diagnose the latest quandary. It’s merely the thread, a canvass for connecting many disparate things into adjacent light. It is in a constant state of beginning with no end in sight.