Should ordinary people ask philosophic questions ? Can ordinary people ask philosophical questions, or will it requre some certain kind of education or authorization to ask the proper questions the right way ? How should philosophical be asked ? Would'nt the best solution be to leave such problems to the professionals ? Would'nt asking such questions for people without a professional background be a waste of time ? How can philosophy be learned ? Would'nt the best idea be to just learn the history of philosophy as most questions has allready been asked before ? Would'nt then a person with some education on the subject "the history of philosophy" be a philosopher ? By the way, what is philosophy and what is a philosopher ? What about the autorities of philosophy, can they be questined, or will it be more wise to admit that the authorities of philosophy is so much smarter than you, so you should rather trust them than your own judgement ? What about Immanuel Kant, is it possible to question his ideas ? Would'nt it be a bit stupid to question Kant and believe that you are smarter than him ? What about nowliving authorities about philosophy, that you have going around you. Can they be trusted ? Who are the authorities of philosophy ? If you ask philosophical questions, can you then expect to get answers ? If not, would'nt it then be bether and more practical to go to the doctor and get pills to take away the philosophical questions ? Would'nt that solve those questions as good as any other method ? Is answer to philosophic questions important ? Is is adviceable or a good idea to live your life without answer to philosophical questions ? Which one should be answered and which one should not ? How can they be answered ?