Do you ever find the questions of philosophy to be mundane and rather

Do you ever find the questions of philosophy to be mundane and rather

Do you ever find the questions of philosophy to be mundane and rather inconsequential to our lives, not just in the daily sense but in totality? What about poverty, inequality, war, and our individual responsibility in these areas? Isn't there so much to learn, and if so, why are we philosophers instead asking about the finer details of whether a hypothetical barber of a hypothetical village shaves the hypothetical beard of hypothetical men??

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