Philosophy is science, which deals with the consideration of existential problems, for example, what is a being, mind, soul or faith. There are several types of philosophies. Among them we mention classical philosophy, linguistic, irrational and positivist. The first of them approaches the subject of research quite rationally. The second again, that is, linguistic philosophy deals with the understanding and analysis of language. Irrationalist philosophy is combined with concepts such as religion, art or human soul, as well as a much deeper reflection that goes beyond the real world. The last kind of philosophy, that is, positivist, combines the results of various empirical sciences, that is, through experience, senses and experiments.
Aristotle was one of the most popular philosophers, Socrates, Clement of Alexandria, Saint Augustine, Saint Thomas Aquinas or Descartes. Back in antiquity, philosophy was the most popular. Because every science that the scientist began to take an interest in, was considered within the framework of greater metaphysics.
As is well known, philosophy has always been very closely connected with religion. And not only Christianity, but also, for example, with Buddhism. Right from the moment, when a person began to reflect more deeply and contemplate his existence, the search for beliefs began. For example, Saint Augustine was the representatives of Christian philosophy, who did not really use this term in relation to his deliberations. His views were somewhat controversial but also highly respected.