Socrates

Socrates

Socrates Σωκράτης (c. 470 – 399 BCE) - A Greek (Athenian) philosopher, one of the founders of Western philosophy – He made no writings, known mainly through his students, esp. Plato and Xenophon - He was sentenced to death after being judged guilty of corrupting the minds of the youth and of impiety.


Socrate Σωκράτης (c. 470 - 399 av. J.-C.) - Philosophe grec, l’un des fondateurs de la philosophie occidentale - Il n’a rien écrit, et est principalement connu par le biais de ses étudiants, notamment Platon et Xénophon - Il a été condamné à mort après avoir été jugé coupable de corruption des esprits et d'impiété.

Karl Marx

Karl Marx

Karl Marx (1818 – 1883) - A German philosopher and economist who was also historian, sociologist and socialist revolutionary. Best-known for “The Communist Manifesto” and the three-volume “Das Kapital”. His theory, known as Marxism, holds that human societies develop through class struggle.


Karl Marx (1818 - 1883) - Philosophe et économiste allemand qui fut également historien, sociologue et révolutionnaire socialiste. Connu pour « Le Manifeste communiste» et les trois volumes «Das Kapital». Sa théorie, connue sous le nom de marxisme, soutient que les sociétés humaines se développent à travers la lutte des classes.

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Aztec philosophers were interested in how to gain stability and balance in an ephemeral world. (Nahuatl lg, Aztec wr or Nahuatl wr)


Les philosophes aztèques s'intéressaient à la manière de gagner en stabilité et en équilibre dans un monde éphémère.

What are the mechanisms of thought? What has been the importance of thought throughout the history of societies? What has been the importance of imagination throughout the history of societies? What importance has been given to ideas and opinions? What importance has been given to opinions in the digital space? How much importance is given to commentary in the digital space? (to be completed)

Quels sont les mécanismes de la pensée ? Quelle a été tout au long de l’histoire des sociétés l’importance de la pensée ? Quelle a été tout au long de l’histoire des sociétés l’importance de l’imagination ? Quelle importance a–t–on accordée aux idées et aux opinions ? Quelle importance accorde–t–on aux opinions dans l’espace numérique ? Quelle importance accorde–t–on aux commentaires dans l’espace numérique ?... (à compléter)

Galen

Galen or Aelius Galenus or Claudius Galenus or Galen of Pergamon Κλαύδιος Γαληνός (129 CE – c. 200/c. 216) – A Greek surgeon and philosopher in the Roman Empire – He is considered as one of the most influential physicians of antiquity and will remain for more than 1,300 years. He was proficient in many disciplines including: anatomy, physiology as well as philosophy or logic. His anatomical descriptions remained uncontested until Andreas Vesalius.

Bloomsbury Group

Bloomsbury Group —or Bloomsbury Set - A group of English writers, intellectuals, philosophers and artists in the first half of the 20th century whose influence is acknowledged in literature, aesthetics, criticism, as well as in economics highlighting questions around feminism, pacifism or sexuality. Among the ten core members were: Clive Bell (art critic), Vanessa Bell (post-impressionist painter), E. M. Forster (fiction writer), Roger Fry (art critic and post-impressionist painter), Duncan Grant (post-impressionist painter), John Maynard Keynes (economist), Desmond MacCarthy (literary journalist), Lytton Strachey (biographer), Leonard Woolf (essayist and non-fiction writer) and Virginia Woolf (fiction writer and essayist)

Immanuel Kant

Immanuel Kant

Immanuel Kant (1724 –1804) - A major German philosopher in the Age of Enlightenment – Author of the Critique of Pure Reason (1781) – He believed that perpetual peace could be obtained through universal democracy and international cooperation.


Emmanuel Kant (1724–1804) - Grand philosophe allemand du siècle des Lumières - Auteur de La Critique de la raison pure (1781) - Il estimait qu'une paix perpétuelle pouvait être obtenue par la démocratie universelle et la coopération internationale.

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