I think this professor https://www.csus.edu/indiv/m/mayesgr/ is a good starting ground for my self-study of philosophy.
Then, I also started looking at UWaterloo professors. They have super interesting websites.
I think maybe Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy is the best place to get started.
At some time, I would like to use my time to solve one of these unsolved problems in philosophy: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_unsolved_problems_in_philosophy
When you take a philosophy class, you end up with more questions that answers.
Courses in Philosophy I am interested in: https://ucalendar.uwaterloo.ca/2324/COURSE/course-PHIL.html
- PHIL 145 LEC,TUT 0.50: Critical Thinking
- PHIL210J: Human Nature
- PHIL 211J LEC 0.50: Death and the After-Life
- PHIL 218J LEC 0.50: Foundations of Ethics
- PHIL 228 LEC 0.50: Ethics and Artificial Intelligence
- PHIL 230J LEC 0.50: God and Philosophy
- PHIL 237 LEC 0.50: Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion
- PHIL 255 LEC 0.50: Philosophy of Mind
- PHIL 256 LEC 0.50: Introduction to Cognitive Science
- PHIL 259 LEC 0.50: Philosophy of Technology