What is Modern and Modern Philosophy? 0

What is Modern and Modern Philosophy?

‘Modern Philosophy’ is a term that describes the 17th and 18th century philosophies according to common understanding and it is accepted that modern philosophy starts with Descartes. In the Anglo-Saxon world, there are also those...

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 is Humanism (Humanity)? 0

What is Humanism (Humanity)?

The term İn humanism ıyla (humanism) is a world view that, in its most general sense, rests on the human mind, the concepts of ethics and justice, and denies superstition and everything supernatural. It is...

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...

What is Platonism? 0

What is Platonism?

The objective doctrine of Plato and his followers. It is also called idealism, speciesism and the doctrine of the Academy. The ancient Greek thinker Aristocles Plato (I, T.427-347, Plato name is a moniker that was attached...

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...

Emergence of Rationalism, Emergence of Rationalism 0

Emergence of Rationalism, Emergence of Rationalism

In the 17th century, most of the most important philosophers in Europe were also successful mathematicians. In France,  Rene Descartes  and  Blaise Pascal made important contributions to mathematics,  just as  Gottfried Leibniz did in Germany. They believed that the reasoning of mathematics...