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Questions about the thought of the Greek Stoic philosopher Epictetus (c. 50 – 135 AD), whose teaching were written down by his pupil Arrian (i.e. in 'Discourses' and 'Enchiridion').
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for questions about the person as a fundamental notion or for philosophers who take such views. The focus would likely be on practical and ethical issues. Personalists include Borden Par…
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Paul Ricœur (1913 – 2005) was a French philosopher associated with the use of phenomenological methods with hermeneutics.
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Finitism is a position in the philosophy of mathematics that only finite mathematical objects exist.
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Questions about the thought of the German philosopher and anthropologist Ludwig Feuerbach (1804 – 1872). Feuerbach is best known for his 'The Essence of Christianity' (German: 'Das Wesen des Christent…
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Questions related to the German philosopher Ernst Cassirer (1874 - 1945), who was an advocate of philosophical idealism.
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