Philosophers

Find out papers and research on major philosophers of the history, from every continents (Europe, US, Asia, Africa) what are their main key concepts

Socrates: Know Yourself

Socrates: Know Yourself

Know thyself: a moral epistemological and injunction The philosophy of Socrates still shines today. Even the most distant philosophers of  his principles have discussed…

Spinoza: Freedom & Determinism

Spinoza: a determinist philosophy In the Ethics, Spinoza‘s pantheistic philosophy advocates a “God is defined as all real, all existing” (God is everywhere). Only…

Peirce’s Philosophy

Peirce’s Philosophy

Charles S. Peirce is regarded as the greatest American philosopher of all time. It was not the case in his lifetime, since Peirce led…

Descartes and Doubt

Descartes and Doubt

What is cartesian doubt? In the Discorse on Method, Descartes draws a distinction between one side the practical life, a field of action, and…

Dewey and Education

Dewey and Education

Democracy and education by John Dewey is the greatest work of the Philosophy of Education. Indeed, Dewey is the initiator of the “hands-on learning”, opposed…

Slavoj Zizek’s Philosophy Summary

Here is a transcription of an Interview with Slavoj Zizek which has been edited in Le Nouvel Observateur, a french newspaper : Slavoj Zizek…

Kant and Laws

Kant and Laws

Moral law and political law in Kant’s Philosophy: The Concept of Law is central in Kant‘s Philosophy. The difference between the moral law and…

Plato’s Dialogues

Plato’s dialogues are the title under which it encompasses all of the work of Plato, except a few letters. These dialogues depict Socrates (and…

Abbagnano’s Philosophy

Abbagnano’s Philosophy

Nicola Abbagnano is an important contemporary philosopher, near the existentalist school. Abbagnano has been influenced by Husserl‘s phenomenology and by the works of Kierkegaard…