The foundation of Philosophy
If a philosophy has to stand the test of time, it should be constructed on the basis of truth. There is no other wing of human knowledge better than Science, which can provide us with the knowledge of the truth. That means Philosophy should take Science as its base to form its conclusions on any topic. For example, we all know the scientific principle 'Matter can neither be created nor destroyed.' What philosophical consequences does it give rise to? The matter was never created and never destroyed. That means nobody can create matter or destroy it. Then, where is the room for the Creator or Babas in this scheme of things?