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How do I approach philosophical theories?

Firstly, remove all the names and long confusing words. To really understand complex theories you have to know what they attempt to explain at their core. Learn this before you attempt anything else. Then, add in names, key terminology and slowly build up the theory until you understand it in its entirety.

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