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The problem of whether we can get outside our own minds to

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The problem of whether we can get outside our own minds to know the existence of others is called?
I'm not sure there is an actual name for this, I call it anti-solipsism although that doesn't sound terribly scientific or official.

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Hello, and thanks for the question.

 

The philosophical term for this problem is called the egocentric predicament.

 

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choices are;


egoist-altruist issue


logocentric pedicament


egocentric predicament


anthropocentric problem

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