Philosophy, unlike most other subjects, does not try to extend our knowledge by discovering new information about the world. Instead it tries to deepen our understanding through (i) what is already closest to us—the experiences, thoughts, concepts, and activities that make up our lives but that ordinarily escape our notice precisely because they are so familiar. Philosophy begins by finding (ii)the things that are (iii).
Blank (i): attainment of, rumination on, detachment fromBlank (ii): essentially irrelevant, utterly mysterious, thoroughly commonplaceBlank (iii): most prosaic, somewhat hackneyed, refreshingly novel
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