Philosophy of the Early Age, in general terms Starting from the 700s, It covers the philosophical developments in the period up to the 500s and is used in the same sense as the philosophy of Antiquity.
This view is a particularly valid conception of the history of philosophy, assuming a clear distinction between eastern philosophy and western philosophy; however, the philosophy of the early age also refers to the philosophy of philosophy, which, from another point of view, precedes the philosophy of the Antiquity, where philosophy means wisdom and wisdom of life.
In this sense, philosophy, mostly known as eastern philosophy, Egypt, Mesopotamia, Iran, China and Indian philosophies formed in the philosophy, known in the sense of ancient philosophy philosophy has begun. Accordingly, the philosophy of the early age when all these philosophical traditions and processes are included. In this sense, the history of philosophy, BC. It dates back to Iran in the 15th century. On the other hand, the major books of philosophy history deal with the philosophy of Antiquity and Ancient Philosophy as a general approach. A certain period of ancient Greek, Hellenistic and Roman philosophy is called as Ancient philosophy or antiquity philosophy in this sense and this naming is a common trend.
Philosophy of the early age; B.C. It is the philosophy of the period starting from the end of the 7th century and continuing until the 2nd century AD.
Ancient philosophy began with the belief that rupture from mythology or polytheistic religion and natural phenomena should be explained for natural reasons.
In the antiquity philosophy, where the great philosophers such as Socrates, Plato and Aristotle were among the most prominent representatives, science and philosophy were always together.