6 Branches of Philosophy?

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There are five major branches of philosophy. These include metaphysics, which is the study of existence; epistemology, the study of knowledge; ethics, the study of action; politics, the study of force; and esthetics, the study of art. Metaphysics is considered the root of philosophy, though all branches are interrelated.
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