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Philosophy is regal, womanly regal. It was the earliest to develop out of human thoughts. It is considered a mother to all sciences. It in fact spawns sciences. Philosophy attempts speculation on things when science is not able to test them. Philosophy forms hypotheses which, when it becomes equipped enough, Science puts to tests and either proves to theories or discards as fallacies. Philosophy walks in front of science leading it, and progresses through science into newer hypotheses, unsatiatingly. Every science begins as philosophy and ends as art. Leaving her gains to her children, i.e., the sciences, philosophy like a regal queen mother passes on discontentedly to the yet unexplored things which she alone can speculate on.
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