Jejudo, South Korea
Hey, I agree with what everybody has said here. I never do that.
If a question is satisfactorily 'answered', it simple moves into the realm of what we call science (in all of Ron's variations) or some other form of thinking (dogma, common sense, etc).
If nothing is ever truly answered, then it all stays in the realm of philosophy.
I think LR is right though we all reach conclusions, tentative as they are, even though they are, at the same time, in the process of changing. The learning process is constant even if we don't always know it's happening. Maybe the one difference between what we call philosophy and everything else is that the process is clearer.