Sociology of knowledge – The Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Sociology of knowledge – Verbete da “The Encyclopedia of Philosophy” – Paul Edward, Editor in Chief. vol VII. Collier Macmillan Publishers, London. Social origin of ideas. While there is general agreement among .scholars in the field that social relationships pro­vide the key to the understanding of the genesis of ideas, there are also far-reaching disagreements … Ler maisSociology of knowledge – The Encyclopedia of Philosophy

SKOVORODA, GREGORY SAVVICH – The Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Verbete da “The Encyclopedia of Philosophy” – Paul Edward, Editor in Chief. vol VII. Collier Macmillan Publishers, London. SKOVORODA, GREGORY SAVVICH (1722-1794), Ukrainian poet, fabulist, philosopher, and religious thinker. Skovoroda was educated at the Kiev Theological Academy. As a young man he traveled in eastern and western Europe and paid brief visits io St. Petersburg … Ler maisSKOVORODA, GREGORY SAVVICH – The Encyclopedia of Philosophy

SKEPTICISM – The Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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SKEPTICISM, as a critical philosophical attitude, questions the reliability of the knowledge claims raised by philosophers and others. Originally the Creek term skeptikos meant “inquirers.” Philosophical skeptics have been engaged in inquiry into alleged human achievements in different fields lo see if any knowledge has been or could be gained by them

REALISM – The Encylopedia of Philosophy

REALISM. K. J. Hirst Verbete da "The Encyclopedia of Philosophy" – Paul Edward, Editor in Chief. vol VII. Collier Macmillan Publishers, London.   In the early history of philosophy, particulary in medieval thought, the term "realism" was used, in opposition to nominalism, for the doctrine that universals have a real, objective existence. In modern philosophy, … Ler maisREALISM – The Encylopedia of Philosophy