Unsolved Problems in Philosophy


Did you know that Wikipedia has a “List of Unsolved Problems in Philosophy” page? It lists only 20 problems (philosophy’s doing better than I thought!) including: “the problem of the criterion,” “the mind-body problem,” “the hard problem of consciousness,” and “the problem of induction.” Ironically, mereology and universals are left off of the list. (Admittedly, it is pitched as a list of “some” of the major unsolved philosophical problems.)

Is this a Wikipedia page worth having? And if so, what should be added to it?

(via Dale Miller)

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