11/05/2022 · Aristotle (c. 384 – 322 BCE). A polymath whose works ranged across all philosophical fields. Hellenistic era philosophers 300–200 BCE Theophrastus (c. 371 – c. 287 BCE). Peripatetic. Pyrrho of Elis (c. 360 – 270 BCE). Skeptic. Strato of Lampsacus (c. 340 – c. 268 BCE). Atheist, Materialist. Theodorus the Atheist (c. 340 – c. 250 BCE). Cyrenaic.
17/05/2022 · Am Montag, 13.Juni 2022, wird um 16:30 Uhr in der villa thomana, Sebastian-Bach-Straße 3, 04109 Leipzig das Buch Manfred J. Hofmann (2022). Georg Christoph Biller – Zu Füßen Bachs.
30/04/2022 · A. A-series and B-series. A Buyer's Market. A Calendar of Wisdom. A Conflict of Visions. A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy. A Defence of Common Sense. A Defense of Abortion. A Dissertation on Liberty and Necessity, Pleasure and Pain.
09/05/2022 · Pyrrho of Elis, a Democritean philosopher, traveled to India with Alexander the Great's army where Pyrrho was influenced by Buddhist teachings, most particularly the three marks of existence. After returning to Greece, Pyrrho started a new school of philosophy, Pyrrhonism , which taught that it is one's opinions about non-evident matters (i.e., dogma ) that prevent one from attaining ataraxia .
04/05/2022 · Definition Ontological idealism (Christian Wolff) It was Christian Wolff who, a few years after his master Leibniz had coined the term, initiated a use other than just a retrospective one of the notion of idealism and consecrates it, therefore, as a philosophical category within a veritable taxonomy.