So I just left a philosophy class , and we were asked questions about Plato and Socrates or whatever. And every single question could be ruled out simply by saying to each his own , each person has their own truth. It seems like philosophy is just question on top of question. Questioning the existence of god , the means of justice , what is holy and what isn't , that's all redundant because we as human beings can't answer those questions , so what's the point of questioning them and trying to find the answer , if there is no answer? Why was Socrates and Plato so popular and wisdom filled when all they did was question people and put in place their own beliefs. But their beliefs may not be the beliefs of the many , so whose belief is true. .-. I understand that there is a common truth , like the sky is blue or whatever, but philosophical questions just seem so useless to me , I thought I would find this class really interesting but it just leaves me really confused with more questions than answers. And when I answer a question someone will say that is "YOUR" answer .