• philosophy
  • In "Philosophy of Technology: Problems of a Philosophical Discipline," Elisabeth Ströker identifies the "paradox of its continual beginning" as a condition from which the philosophy of technology, a relative newcomer among the philosophical subdisciplines, suffers. (jhu.edu)
  • One hopes that purveyors of the field will leave off the sketches, attempts, and skirmishes, delineate the field and its limits, identify the common ground for discussion, and resolve the paradox of its continual beginning, with the further consequence that philosophy and literature will be taken more seriously as a philosophical subdiscipline (if it is not already considered as such). (jhu.edu)
  • As philosophy is a very wide discipline, it includes a huge variety of subdisciplines. (studyqa.com)