What is "philosophy"? How can it help humans? This seems to be a question that many people cannot answer. It feels abstract and difficult to understand. Some people even think that philosophy is to complicate simple problems. In the second year of high school, because he read a book "101 Interesting Philosophical Questions",
Zhu Jiaan, who plunged into the world of popular database philosophy research, responded humorously: "Asking what philosophy is is like asking what mathematics and sociology are. It also uses a systematic method to let us learn to clarify the fundamental meaning of each question with a methodical and logical thinking force. So is it difficult to say philosophy? It is indeed difficult.” "When it comes to the help of philosophy to modern people,
I think it can improve the accuracy of thinking and the ability to express. From a practical point of view, it can have a certain advantage in the workplace, because it can make things as abstract as philosophical theories. If you express it clearly, business communication skills are naturally not a problem.” Hearing this, does it feel like everyone should take this subject seriously?