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Greek philosopher and poet.
Brief history of the Peripatetic doctrines.
3rd century CE founder of Neo-Platonism.
Poincaré, Jules Henri
19th century French philosopher of science.
5th century BCE sophist, possibly a mentor of Socrates
Early Greek sophist.
4th century BCE founder of the Greek school of skepticism.
The 6th century BCE philosopher.
17th century philosophical movement. Rival to British Empiricism.
Leading German philosopher of science, and logical positivist.
Brief article on the transition between middle ages and modernity.
Short introduction to Roman philosophy from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Rousseau, Jean Jacques
18th century French author of the Social Contract, influential during the French Revolution.
Shaftesbury, Earl of
Patron of John Locke
Leading proponent of Russian transcendental phenomenology.
Skepticism, Ancient Greek
A description of skepticism in Ancient Greece, led by Pyrrho.
Introduction to the current discussion of skepticism.
Review of the modern era in skepticism.
View that morality is based on social agreements that serve the interests of those who make the agreement.
19th century Russian philosopher.
Teachers of philosophy in Ancient Greece, including Protagoras, Gorgias, Prodicus and Hippias.
17th century pantheist, critic of Descartes.
19th century British academic.
4th century BCE member of the Megarean school.
Stirling, James Hutchison
19th century British Idealist, Hegelian academic.
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