Zen and Philosophical Problems Barry Magid April 21st 2018

In his book, "Things that Bother me," Galen Strawson lists things like death, the self, free will, narrativity and so on. Absent from the list are war, inequality, childhood cancer. They certainly bother the author but they are not philosophical problems. What are philosophical problems? What sets them apart from other problems we have in our life? How does practice address philosophical problems?

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