What is the difference between philosophy, ideology, and theory?

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Answer philosophy is the broad pursuit of knowledge, namely of truth, beauty, and goodness (morality) it is the mother of the liberal arts and sciences as all branches were once different branches of philosophy prior to becoming independent sciences theory simply refers to the most plausible explanation for a certain event or phenomenon...because it is theory, it is not knowledge or something known to be true but the closest thing available at the time ideology is a collection of ideas (social, scientific, religious, psychological) that provide us with a world view or "weltanschauung". It is through a particular ideology that we interpret, spontaneously, our daily experiences. more
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