Posted by Dino Annest on 8/22/2017

46. angst


47. nihilism


48. Stoics


49. Sophist


50. The Golden Mean


51. Fatalism


52. The Oracle at Delphi


53. Hellenism


54. Epicureans


55. Plato


56. Mechanist


57. The Natural Philosophers


58. Socrates


59 The Myth of the Cave


60. Rite


61. Sartre’s Concept of “Existence”


62. Karl Marx


63. Aristotle


64. Sartre’s concept of essence


65. Cynics


A. Man’s conscious and creative act


B. Borders between countries and cultures become erased and merge into a witch’s cauldron of philosophies and ideas


C. Belief that life has no meaning and anything is permissible


D. Whatever happens is predestined


E. Apollo’s mouthpiece that told ancient Greeks of their fate


F. Taught by asking questions and forcing to people to use common sense.


G. Simply being alive


H. Believed everything is made after an eternal and immutable mold.


I. A religious ceremony where humans act against evil


J. Earliest Greek Philosophers that used scientific reasoning by observing the world and trying to figure out how it began.


K. A wise person who made money by teaching about man and his place in society.


L. A sense of mortal dread


M. Philosophers who said “ Seek pleasure but weigh the side effects of that pleasure.”


N. “We must be neither cowardly nor rash. Through balance and temperance we can live a healthy and happy life”


O. True happiness is not found in material things. We should live a life of total frugality and simplicity.


P. Europe’s first biologist


Q. All psychological ailments have physical causes.


R. Believed in the universal law of nature and that man must accept his destiny, even sickness and death as inevitable.


S. Philosopher’s quest from shadowy images to true ideas. (also describe’s Socrates’ death)


T. Tell me what you do and I’ll tell you who you are. Your labor affects your consciousness.







66. Immanuel Kant


67. Rationalist


68. Pantheism


69. St. Thomas Acquinas


70. memento mori


71. Kierkegaard


72. Materialism


73. Descartes


74. The Baroque


75. John Locke


76. Duality


77. Empiricist


78. Humanism


79. Idealism


80. Baruch Spinoza


81. St Augustine


82. Berkeley




















A. Uses experience to find knowledge


B. God is everywhere


C. Renaissance Philosophy that placed a supreme importance on man in the universe


D. British empiricist who relied on his senses.


E. Medieval philosopher that adopted Aristotle’s ideas and stated that both reason and faith can lead to the truth


F. 17th Century period characterized by tension and religious seclusion


G. Philosophy that everything is spiritual in nature


H. Baroque philosopher that challenged the notion that the bible came directly from God.


I. Adopted Plato’s ideas and stated that the world of ideas is created by God.


J. We exist only in the mind of God


K. Baroque philospher that used doubt as a method and challenged what he truly knew.


L. Philosophy that everythinconsist of particles and matter.


M. There exist a division between mind and matter, thought and reality.


N. Uses reason to find knowledge


O. Drew a dividing line between the object itself and the object as it appears to me. We can never have exact knowledge of things in themselves.


P. Remember that you will die


Q Believed that there were three stages in life: aesthetic, ethical and religious