Modern philosophy refers to the philosophy that originated in Western Europe in the 17th century and later spread to other parts of the world. Modern philosophy began in the 17th century and ended in the 20th century. This period was marked with a lot of philosophical writings and works from some of the greatest men […]
Philosophy is a vision of life, but not a theory. It signifies a “Possession” of wisdom but not the love it retains. Hence many philosophers, doctors, preachers, etc are the possessors of wisdom with mutual love in its relationship and meaning. So, to be a philosopher the more done than the original concerns the value […]
The philosophical sentences that I present mainly refer to some great Renaissance philosophers (except for Kant). The new Humanistic-Renaissance civilization promoted freedom of research and the investigation of human nature. As the Church’s influence declined, the spirit of relativity free enquiry led to some starling discoveries in the sciences, first among which was the discovery […]
Over 140 philosophy journals are currently in print. While some deal with topics of general interest, others focus more narrowly on specialized issues in philosophy, such as political philosophy or environmental ethics. There’s an element of subjectivity, of course, in any listing of the top five philosophy journal. But here are five that are among […]
Several top-rated schools in the United States with undergraduate programs in philosophy are NYU, Rutgers, Princeton, Notre Dame, Johns Hopkins, and Amherst. One way to determine the effectiveness of their programs, be it undergraduate or graduate, is to request a job placement report. At Notre Dame, said to have the largest philosophy faculty in the […]
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