Not sure why political philosophy is somehow not relevant to one's overall philosophy. If they are disconnected, than that suggests inconsistency of thought at the least.
Similarly, one's religious outlook (or lack of) is a part of their overall philosophical position. Whether you think it's religion that drives your views or not, they are part of the same thing.
ARJ wrote:Well, I would say this is the wrong forum for political philosophy. My spiritual philosophy is that God exists and my relationship with him is mine.
Of course my "Life" philosophy is Be excellent to each other.....and party on dude.[/quote]The Ted "Theodore" Logan-Bill S Preston Esq version of the strong Golden Rule. But interesting that you don't even want to discuss how that interacts with your religious views or vice versa.
OtB wrote:Religious Philosophy - I put no stock, faith or belief in religion.
Political Philosophy - I put no stock, faith or belief in Politics.
Life Philosophy - Live life you never get out alive.
Like you I'm not religious. However, on the second part the reality is that while you may not believe in politics (perhaps you mean any party as being better than another, or politicians having integrity, or in any particular ideology), but politics has an effect on your life whether you like it or not.
And no, we don't get out alive. So other than 'living', does that mean there's nothing to do in life worth anything?