Philosophy
Ancient Athens, Greece
The cradle of Western Philosophy
Plato (c. 428 – 348 BC) | Dialogues | Index. Here you can read online the works of one of the most influential and important Philosopher of the Ancient Greece Plato. Without studies of Plato it may be very difficult to understand later Western Idealistic philosophies, including those of Christianity and especially those of Eastern Orthodox Christianity - they all have developed under influence of
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Why did his pupils reverence Socrates so? Perhaps because he was a man as well as a philosopher: he had at great risk saved the life of Alcibiades in

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Pythagoras and Early Pythagoreanism: Pythagoras was born on the island of Samos in the eastern Aegean sometime around 570 BCE. Eventually, Pythagoras

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The collection of articles on Christian Non-Violence and Pacifism philosophy you will find here. Except of those pertaining to Anabaptist Christianity

RELIGIOUS PHILOSOPHY

It was not accidental that the first Western Philosophers, pre-Socratics were citizens of Miletus, a prosperous trading centre of Ionian Greeks on the Asiatic coast, where Greek and Oriental cultures met and mingled. The Milesian heritage included the myths and religious beliefs

It was not accidental that the first Western Philosophers, pre-Socratics were citizens of Miletus, a prosperous trading centre of Ionian Greeks on the Asiatic coast, where Greek and Oriental cultures met and mingled. The Milesian heritage included the myths and religious beliefs

Thales of Miletus (c. 624 – c. 546 BCE) Thales of Miletus is widely depicted in ancient sources as a pioneering rationalist and the founding father of Greek philosophy, science, and mathematics. Famous for ingenuity in many areas, he was also numbered among the Seven Sages.

George Berkeley (1685 –1753) George Berkeley is one of the greatest and most influential Western philosophers of the early modern period: Below you can read some works of the George Berkeley himself and some articles on his biography and philosophical views, known as

Lev (Leo) Tolstoy, the renowned Russian novelist, won worldwide fame as a moralist and sage for his anti-ecclesiastical interpretation of Christianity and fervent preaching of non-violence. Here you can find an Index of all published works of Leo Tolstoy on RedZambala.com, the