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Philosophy

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This book begins, "All states and dominions which hold or have held mankind are either republics or monarchies" The Prince
In the 16th century he wrote, "Whoever wishes to found a state…must start with assuming that all men are bad…" Niccolo Machiavelli
This 16th century Florentine wrote The Prince for the Medicis. Niccolo Machiavelli
This "God is Dead" philosopher called Christianity and alcohol the 2 great European narcotics Friedrich Nietzsche
This former friend of Wagner wrote about the Ubermensch or Superman Friedrich Nietzsche
Who wrote Thus Spake Zarathustra and Beyond Good and Evil. Friedrich Nietzsche
This English-Roman philosopher wrote the Consolation of Philosophy Boethius
This Russian anarchist philosopher died in 1921 Peter Kropotkin
This "Life of Reason" philosopher stated Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it" George Santayana
This pre-Socratic thinker is the founder of Western Metaphysics and believed all is one Parmenides
Ancient Greek philosopher from Samos whose school promoted pleasure & let women & slaves join, too Epicurus
This psychology professor was also an existentialist philosopher Karl Jaspers
This cynical Greek philosopher who lived in a tub carried a lighted lamp in daylight searching for an honest man Diogenes
A major figure in logic & semantics, he's best known for falling in love with a student named Heloise. Peter Abelard
He is famous for his "ontological argument" for the existence of God and his symbol is the ship. St Anselm of Canterbury
Edward Gibbon
Beauvoir
Aquinas
Aristotle
St Augustine
Roger Bacon
Francis Bacon
Bentham
Berkeley
Buber
Comte
Democritus
Descartes
Dewey
Diderot
Engels
Confucius
Hegel
Heidegger
Heraclitus
Hobbes
Hume
Husserl
William James
Kant
Kierkegaard
Leibnitz
John Locke
Lucretius
Occam
Marx
John Stuart Mill
GE Moore
Thomas More
Pascal
Plato
Plotinus
Pythagoras
Rosseau
Bertrand Russell
Schopenhauer
Scotus
Adam Smith
Socrates
Spinoza
Thales
Voltaire
Whitehead
Seneca
Wittgenstein
Zeno Elea
Zeno Stoic
@The study of art, or of beauty in general aesthetics
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