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Description: Paul Natorp, 1854-1924. Distinguished neo-Kantian German philosopher of the Marburg School, who had his greatest influence in the philosophy of education and the philosophy of history.
Paul Natorp, 1854-1924. Distinguished neo-Kantian German philosopher of the Marburg School, who had his greatest influence in the philosophy of education and the philosophy of history.
Italian Marxist sociologist and political philosopher, best-known for his co-authorship of Empire.
Description: Leonard Nelson, 1882-1927. German Kantian thinker who rediscovered the German critical philosopher Jacob Fries. He worked to connect the Kantian/Friesian project to the work of his contemporary, noted logician David Hilbert. He also founded an authoritarian socialist organization.
Leonard Nelson, 1882-1927. German Kantian thinker who rediscovered the German critical philosopher Jacob Fries. He worked to connect the Kantian/Friesian project to the work of his contemporary, noted logician David Hilbert. He also founded an authoritarian socialist organization.
Description: Nicholas of Autrecourt, c. 1295 - 1369. Medieval theologian and philosopher whose condemnation in 1347 was a pivotal event in fourteenth-century thought.
Nicholas of Autrecourt, c. 1295 - 1369. Medieval theologian and philosopher whose condemnation in 1347 was a pivotal event in fourteenth-century thought.
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"The Superman is the meaning of the earth. Let your will say: The Superman shall be the meaning of the earth!" Friedrich Nietzsche is now regarded as one of the most powerful and influential philosophers in the world, but in his lifetime he was notoriously unread. He is a powerful thinker who attempts to expose the dogmatic nature of much conventional philosophy. Critical of scientific thinking, Nietzsche wrote in a poetic, inviting style and introduced many concepts, such as "the Superman", which have been interpreted and misinterpreted to this day. This category attempts to provide informative and interesting links to web pages about or related to Nietzsche as well as various links to e-texts of his main works.
Nishida Kitaro (Kitaro Nishida -- "Nishida" is the family name), 1870-1945. Leading thinker of the Kyoto School of modern Japanese philosophy, which focused on problems of the nature of the self and its relation to the universe. Known for his work to bridge the gap between Eastern (especially Zen) and Western philosophies.
French philosopher, university professor and radio producer
Academic pages in English. Thanks.
Robert Nozick. American libertarian philosopher, best known for his 1974 work Anarchy, State and Utopia.
American philosopher interested in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, political philosophy, feminism, and ethics
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