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WHAT IS PHILOSOPHY?

KNOWLEDGE & THINKING

 

Θαλής ο Μιλήσιος PethagorasHeraclitus ο ΕφέσιοςParmenides of EleaDemocritus of Abdera Socrates of Athens Plato of Athens Aristotle of Stagira

 Epicurus of SamosZenon of CitiumChrysippos of Soli Plotinus of Egypt ibn Sina - Avicenna ibn Rushd - Averroes Bacon R.

Erasmus Descartes Rene Leibnitz Gottfriend Wilhelm Spinoza Baruch Locke John Berkeley George David Hume
  Kant Immanuel Fichte Johann Gottlieb Shelling Friedrich Hegel Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Schopenhauer Arthur Friedrich Nietzsche
    Friedrich Engels Bergson Henri Heidegger Martin Newton Isaac Einstein Albert

 

> Quick retrospection and annotation in philosophical efforts from ancient times until now <

books icon Many thinkers and philo­sophers with their impo­rtant writings responded to biases, foolishness, recklessness and human egocentricity with the most brilliant and powerful thinking since ancient times until now. They approached great truths and formulate arguments and set a brake in unilateral and extreme opinions, they emphasized the creativity of human spirit and gave a philo­sophical way of life as example. I feel need to express my admiration and optimism and together my sorrow for those who I couldn't study them until now or it did not happen still.

If somebody is informed about the main thoughts of a philosopher from a summary -of a philosophical dictionary or encyclopedia and some other brief references- unfortunately the reader nothing will understand. Rather, reader will conceive a warped until an irrelevant view of theory that the same philosopher has thoroughly formulate it. Often, we writers -particularly professors that teach the history and subsections of philosophy- consider selectively some thoughts if these appertain to popular questions that we consider as staple and firmly questions in Philo­sophy. Thinkers and philosophers perhaps did not consider these questions so much signifi­cantly and decisive and in first priority. They approached to their thoughts from a peculiar and extra­ordinary thinking and through different experiences even to the most ordinary questions. They formulated their theories with different concerns and not as seem from the final wording and completion of their essays. Philosophers have expressed rational thoughts and key-observations, inferences and concepts which we remove or misquote and differently interpret them -selectively in many cases- in order to we summarize and understand their theories.

 

MATERIALISM AND  IDEALISM      1  |  2  |  3  |  4  |  5  |  6  |  7  |  8  |  9  |  10 

GOD AND PHILOSOPHY                1  |  2  |  3  |  4  |  5  |  6  |  7  |  8  |  9  |  10 

Socrates, Aristotle of Stagira, Plato, Thales of Miletus, Anaximander, Anaximenes, Pythagoras of Samos, Zeno of Elea, Anaxagoras of Clazomenae, Empedocles, Melissus, Meton of Athens, Democritus of Abdera, Heraclitus, Parmenides of Elea, Zeno of Citium, Protagoras, Epicurus of Samos, Posidonius of Apamea, Chrysippus, Plotinus, Pantheism, Athenian philosophers, The Stoics

 

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