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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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The presocratics were early Greek philosophers active during or before the time of Socrates.
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a philosophical stance on ethics that people ought to act in regard to a duty to "the law" (or rules).
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Questions about the philosophy of Ayn Rand (1905 – 1982), a Russian-America best-known for her novels The Fountainhead (1943) and Atlas Shrugged (1957). She developed a system she called Objectivism…
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the lead example, within academia today, of the metaphysical belief of idealism. His "A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge" can be summed up in a single phrase: "…
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Parmenides of Elea (late sixth to early fifth century BCE) was a Greek philosopher and founder of the Eleatic school of philosophy.
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Gottlob Frege (1848-1925) was an important German mathematician, logician and philosopher who is generally considered the father of modern logic and analytic philosophy.
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an American analytic philosopher. He taught at Calvin College and the University of Notre Dame. He is known for the Free Will Defense, the Evolutionary Argument Against Nat…
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Intentionality/Intentions defined as; Doing, as Actions, as Plans, and as Belief.
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a French philosopher.
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a Slovenian philosopher.
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Questions related to the work of the German philosopher and sociologist Theodor W. Adorno (1903 – 1969). Adorno was a leading member of the Frankfurt School of critical theory; his works include Diale…
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Questions related to literary theory, i.e. the body of frameworks, ideas and methods about how to interpret literature.
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Edmund Gustav Albrecht Husserl (1859 – 1938) was a German philosopher associated with phenomenology.