Topics: Philosophy, Political philosophy, Immanuel Kant Pages: 14 (1757 words) Published: July 24, 2014

Alan Watts or Alan Wilson Watts was a British philosopher, writer, and speaker who popularized and interpreted Eastern Philosophy for the ... Read More
Albert Camus 
A Nobel Prize laureate, Albert Camus was the French Algerian philosopher, author and journalist, much renowned worldwide for his contribution in ... Read More
Albert Schweitzer 
Albert Schweitzer was a German born French theologian, organist, philosopher, physician, and medical missionary. His notable work is in founding ... Read More
Alexander Bain - Phi... 
Alexander Bain was a prominent philosopher and logician who excelled in the fields of psychology, linguistics, logic and moral philosophy. Many ... Read More
Alfred North Whitehe... 
Alfred North Whitehead was a British Mathematician who is known for his tremendous contributions in algebra, logic, foundations of mathematics, ... Read More
Anicius Manlius Seve... 
“Last of the Romans”, as he is fondly dubbed, Boethius, the Roman philosopher and statesman, is regarded by many as a Christian martyr who died ... Read More
Aristotle was a Greek philosopher, better known as the teacher of Alexander the Great. He was the student of Plato and was considered to be an ... Read More
Arthur Schopenhauer 
Arthur Schopenhauer was an extremely talented German philosopher, best known for his pessimism and clarity of philosophical works. He completed ... Read More
Auguste Comte 
Auguste Comte or Isidore Auguste Marie François Xavier Comte was a prominent French philosopher. He introduced a new discipline namely Sociology ... Read More
Bertrand Russell 
Bertrand Arthur William Russell, 3rd Earl Russell, OM, FRS, is one of the finest names in the list of great philosopher, logician, ... Read More
Blaise Pascal 
Blaise Pascal was a French mathematician, physicist, inventor, writer and Catholic philosopher. He did pioneering works in calculating machines ... Read More
Bob Black 
Bob Black is considered one of the foremost post-left anarchists. He expressed his ideas in his books and essays in his inimitable style ... Read More
David Hume 
David Hume was a fabulous philosopher, historian, economist, and essayist from Scotland. He was extremely popular for his amazing philosophical ... Read More
Diogenes Of Sinope 
Diogenes was a commendable Greek philosopher and one of the founders of the Cynic philosophy from Sinope. He is also remembered as “Diogenes of ... Read More
Epicurus was an ancient Greek philosopher and one of the prominent philosophers in the Hellenistic period. He was the founder of the school of ... Read More
F. H. Bradley 
Francis Herbert Bradley, OM was one of the most influential British idealistic philosophers. Bradley after a number of attempts to gain a ... Read More
Francis Bacon 
Francis Bacon was a legendary English philosopher, scientist, lawyer, author, statesman, jurist and father of the scientific methods. He was one ... Read More
Friedrich Nietzsche 
Friedrich Nietzsche was a famous German philosopher and philologist known for his critical texts on religion, morality, contemporary culture, ... Read More
Friedrich von Hayek 
If there is one twentieth-century economist who can be tagged as the Renaissance man, it has to be Friedrich Hayek, the Austrian born British ... Read More
George Berkeley 
George Berkeley, an Anglo-Irish Anglican bishop, was one of the great philosophers of the modern era. He is known for his empiricist and ... Read More
George Boole 
British mathematician and logician George Boole discovered Boolean logic. This logical theory acts as the basis of modern digital computer and ... Read More
George Santayana 
George Santayana was a Spanish American philosopher, essayist, poet, and novelist. He never gave up his Spanish citizenship, despite being ... Read More
Gottfried W. Leibniz 
Gottfried W. Leibniz holds a prominent position in the domains of mathematics and philosophy. Famed as the developer of...
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