St. Augustine and St. Thomas Aquinas lived 900 years apart, but their goal was the same: They wanted to mesh Greek theory and Christianity.
Kant’s concept of “disinterested” aesthetic experience may be difficult to achieve, or even to recognise without elements of doubt, due to natural human experience.
Philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau theorized that we, as humans, are “good” by nature, but later in life are corrupted by society.
Forgotten Simone de Beauvoir, a feminist, philosopher and trailblazer, challenged existing beliefs and ideas in the feminist world.
Friedrich Nietzsche, influential philosopher, and critic of religion, disliked Christianity and said God was dead. What did he mean?