I thought i would comply with the standards of PF and rephrase this: Philosophy tends to be diverse and nowadays everything whether empirical or humanist seems to be collaged into this vast field of thought. There are some obvious examples of where people have suffered as a result of "philosophy" with the advent of communism in China the initial days were painful for all concerned. Educational institutions have made it neccessary for inviduals to study philosophy, all I found were ideas which I could not empathize with and that ended up frustrating me as my tutors would expect me to justify certain ideas which I did not condone. Before this turns into a reminiscient story, I would like to know if there are infact views of philosophy being a source of negativity or destruction in a community. My study of the philosophy was limited to psychology and its formation from philosophical sources i.e Plato, Kant and Aristotle. It made me have an admiration for Aristotle as his views I could comprehend to the extend that I read anyways. However I found Kant and Plato to be individuals who I couldnt understand or agree with. Even the concept of Carl Roger's self actualization and Freud's concept of us being ruled by biological impulses seemed to me a bit hypocritical and short of explaining the nature of the human psyche.