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General Characteristics of Modern Philosophy and Renaissance 0

General Characteristics of Modern Philosophy and Renaissance

It’s time; new orientations and styles in emotions, thoughts, people and society, art, philosophy and science began to manifest themselves and the end of the Middle Ages was declared. But how could all this happen? It...

General Characteristics of Renaissance Period 0

General Characteristics of Renaissance Period

The term ‘Renaissance’ means ‘rebirth’. What is being reborn or intended to be born here? The free thought and the products of this thought, once believed to have been born once, are required to be...

What are the Effects of Translation Activities on Renaissance Philosophy? 0

What are the Effects of Translation Activities on Renaissance Philosophy?

The combination of Christianity and Greek thought, which constitutes the Western Scholastic thought, was deeply influenced not only in formal terms but also in essential aspects from Islamic thought. The church theology of the...

Social Thought and Social Utopias in the Renaissance 0

Social Thought and Social Utopias in the Renaissance

During the Renaissance, an intense search for what kind of society should be lived is remarkable. The theological structure of the Middle Ages, which restricted individual freedoms, made people unable to breathe. The fact that...

The Thought Environment Preparing Renaissance Philosophy 0

The Thought Environment Preparing Renaissance Philosophy

17th century philosophy takes place on the Western axis. The Renaissance first appeared in Italy and gave the first examples here. There are multiple factors related to the emergence of the Renaissance. Translations from Islamic geography,...

Philosophical Movements Directing Renaissance Thought 0

Philosophical Movements Directing Renaissance Thought

One of the prominent philosophical movements in the Renaissance is Stoicism. Petrarca, for example, was influenced by the Stoics and expressed the views of this movement in their discourses. This trend, which is generally an ethical...

What are the main differences between modern thought and scholastic thought? 0

What are the main differences between modern thought and scholastic thought?

Scholastic  is the term used for the dominant philosophy, the Christian philosophy , between the 2nd and 15th centuries  . The term meaning of this term is  “school philosophy” . At the end of this period, the universities that were opened to...

What are the Emerging Issues and Opinions in the Modern Age? 0

What are the Emerging Issues and Opinions in the Modern Age?

There are areas in which philosophy is affected and influenced in every period. 15-17. century philosophy was also influenced by science. In order to explain the philosophy of this period, the subjects such as humanism, scientific method,...

History of Contemporary Philosophy (19th-20th Century Philosophy) 0

History of Contemporary Philosophy (19th-20th Century Philosophy)

19.-20. The philosophy of the 16th century is a period in which Germanism and Romanticism reached its peak. In the same way, materialism is seen to gain new depth and to come forward. On the one...

Emergence of 20th Century Philosophy, How did 20th Century Philosophy Come into being? 0

Emergence of 20th Century Philosophy, How did 20th Century Philosophy Come into being?

20th century philosophy, social events dating back to the present and 18-19. This is a rising philosophy on the philosophical inquiries made by philosophers of this period. In the course of these interrogations that began...