Animals, in a general sense, are amoral, meaning, they are neither moral nor immoral. They do not know the difference between what is right and what is wrong, and basically, they do not know that anything they do is even […]Read More
4 of 7 Great Philosophers of The Western World
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The rise in popularity of Hume, a Scottish skeptic and empiricist, would mark the beginning of a new way to philosophize.
Mainland Europe produced two major philosophers in the form of Rene Descartes and Immanuel Kant. They were both influenced by Locke, and Kant especially was able to become a major voice due to Hume’s ideas.
Seneca was a Stoic that emphasized wisdom and a happy life.
Heraclitus and Parmenides both believed the universe could be reduced to one thing. For Heraclitus, this was divine reason. For Parmenides, it was a state of indivisible unity.