Say I've read a philosophical book and I formulate some questions about this book about the reasoning the philosopher uses. Specific questions like:
- The philosopher puts forth these arguments ..., what is he trying to say?
- The philosopher approaches this topic in such and such way, what's his motive?
I also have some less specific questions like:
- Is this philosopher thinking inside the constraints of the era he was living in when he says ...? If yes, is he doing this willfully or is this just a curse of any thinker (or anyone)?
The questions are all about one book and have a similar theme. Then again, they are multiple questions. For efficiency and coherence I'd just ask them in one go, but I don't know if this would go against the SE format.
So (under which circumstances) can I ask multiple questions in one go? How would I best go about asking these questions above?