Annie Besant Quote: “What is a philosophy? It Is…”

What is a philosophy? It Is an answer satisfactory to the reason to all the great problems of life. That is what is meant by philosophy. It must satisfy the reason, and it must show the unity underlying the endless diversity of the facts that science observes.

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Name: Annie Besant
Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: English
Birthday: October 1, 1847
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