How does a Philosopher get results?
Every science uses its own methods. Philosophers are asked time and time again which method they would use to get results.
"Thinking" is the correct answer - just thinking. Sometimes talking to others as a method is also possible.
While one can prove results in physics and chemistry with empirical experiments that are repeatable, this is not so easy in philosophy.
When asked if there is morality, the philosopher will first think for a longer time. He will compare in his head the pros and cons, the yes and no, the perhaps 'here but not there' with each other, will draw examples from past experiences, then imagine different possibilities.
What then appears as an answer in audible language are grid structures built in the head with many edges and shapes. These can be unrealistic or too realistic, they can propagate new ways of life, they can challenge others.
Let's try an example:
It rings at your door. A tall man with a gun in his hand asks you if your friend is there right now.
What to do?
Say yes, the man will probably injure or even kill your friend.
Say no, then you lied.
You have long decided not to lie. So what answer can you agree with your conscience?
I found a possible answer - you too?
Reflection can lead to interesting results; In most cases not only one variant is possible. Thoughts are shaped by personal experiences: our education, our family life, our environment. All influences have in the past built up the electrical pathways in our brain, which now, full of energy, start to glow. The door to philosophizing has come up - maybe it stays open?
Write me - I would be glad to hear your solution.