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The position that only one's own existence can be demonstrated to exist (and that everything and everyone else cannot.)
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a 17th century English philosopher. Locke had a profound influence in the realm of political philosophies.
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a French philosopher that studied ethics, epistomology, and social constructs.
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For questions regarding the epistemological view opposing empiricism. Rationalism, traditionally associated with philosophers like Descartes, Leibniz and Spinoza, emphasizes reason, rather than experi…
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an approach to philosophy that uses the methodological techniques and empirically driven results of neuroscience to answer philosophical problems. Central to neurophilosophy are que…
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For questions about the work of John Searle (1932-), an american philosopher working in the analytic tradition.
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Thomas Kuhn (1922 – 1996) was an American physicist, historian and philosopher of science. His most influential work was his 1962 book 'The Structure of Scientific Revolutions'.
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Questions related to the ancient Greek philosopher Epicurus (341–270 BC), who founded a school of philosophy known as Epicureanism.
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'Philosophy of History' shouldn't be confused with 'History of Philosophy'
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Gilles Deleuze was a French philosopher who wrote influentially about a wide variety of subjects. Many of his most important questions and themes were grounded in aesthetic investigations; his body of…
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a principle, created by William of Ockham, that can be summarized as "Among competing hypotheses, the one with the fewest assumptions should be selected".
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a philosophical stance on ethics that people ought to act in regard to a duty to "the law" (or rules).