In 563 BC, a young man was born in northern India who was prophesied to be a great man. Conceived in a dream, Siddhartha Gautama had a couple of different ways to prove his greatness, but the one he chose was not the...
This article provides an analysis/comparison of the theories devised by Thomas Hobbes and John Locke.
Hephaestus was handicapped with a clubfoot, making him both the only Olympian who worked, and the only one who was not perfect. He was happy and creative, working with fire and metals in his forge.
The Categorical Imperative is a moral philosophy based on good will and intentions. It means that you should do something, not based on how it benefits you, but because it is the right thing to do.
A summary of descartes' beliefs and contributions to society in a concise bullet point format.
What would happen if we died one day, only to wake up with a VR helmet on our head?
Actually, Hestia was the hearth in Ancient Greece. Later she became known as the Meditative one who helped make a home calm and centered. Her magic was passed from home to home with the torche's fire, so a little of...
An overview of the basic ideas of Frederich Nietzsche's philosophy, to help beginners understand his work more easily.
Ready for some ancient thought experiments? The solutions are not always as easy as they seem!
A summary of the major philosophical ideas of Thomas Hobbes. Also, the foundation of social contract theory and Hobbes influence on it.