Looking forward, philosophy may receive new life as more and more people turn to it when confronted with the task of reconsidering who they are, and who they’d like to be. When the culturally engrained answers to that question, how to live, are uprooted by the dismantling of their premise, that the ego’s experience of consciousness is all there is, many may, fascinatingly, find support in words written some 2000 years ago.
The Fading Art of Philosophy
Oshan Jarow

So, if we look at philosophy this way, wouldn’t that make philosophy more or less equal to what we now call mindfulness?

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