Five Signs You Are a (Greek) Philosopher

Who, you? A philosopher? Well, here are five signs you are a true philosopher, just like Socrates, Plato, and Aristoteles.

Philosopher Traits:

1. You Question Everything

2. You Challenged your Teachers and Caregivers

3. You Have Problems Fitting-In

4. You Lack (Over)Confidence

5. You Love Debating

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