- Comparative contextual analysis, an epistemological method
- Comparative phenomenology, a method of philosophy
- Qualitative comparative analysis, a technique of logic
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“A philosopher once said, Half of good philosophy is good grammar.”
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“Wonder is the feeling of the philosopher, and philosophy begins in wonder.”
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