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Description: Michael Joseph Oakeshott, 1901-1990. British philosopher of history and political theorist. His basic standpoint is often identified with British Idealism.
Michael Joseph Oakeshott, 1901-1990. British philosopher of history and political theorist. His basic standpoint is often identified with British Idealism.
Peter John Olivi, 1248-1298. French-born medieval scholastic philosopher.
Description: Nicholas Oresme (Nicole Oresme, Nicole d''Oresme), 1323-1383. Medieval theologian and philosopher, a critic of Aristotelianism. He was a pupil of Buridan.
Nicholas Oresme (Nicole Oresme, Nicole d'Oresme), 1323-1383. Medieval theologian and philosopher, a critic of Aristotelianism. He was a pupil of Buridan.
Description: José Ortega y Gassett, 1883-1955. Spanish politician, humanistic philosopher and political theorist. His greatest philosophical legacy is the epistemological doctrine of perspectivism.
José Ortega y Gassett, 1883-1955. Spanish politician, humanistic philosopher and political theorist. His greatest philosophical legacy is the epistemological doctrine of perspectivism.
Description: Rudolf Otto, 1869-1937. German philosopher of religion who sought to categorize the numinous states of experience which underlie religion. He was an associate of Leonard Nelson, who introduced him to the Friesian school of Kantian thought.
Rudolf Otto, 1869-1937. German philosopher of religion who sought to categorize the numinous states of experience which underlie religion. He was an associate of Leonard Nelson, who introduced him to the Friesian school of Kantian thought.
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