ⓘ Philosophy writers


Rachel Albeck-Gidron

Rachel Albeck-Gidron is an Israeli inter-disciplinary researcher of Hebrew and comparative literature, philosophy and art.


Adil Asadov

Adil Asadov - is an Azerbaijani philosopher, currently head of the department at Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences and President of Association of Philosophical Enlightenment.


Thierry Baudet

Thierry Henri Philippe Baudet is a Dutch politician. He has been Leader of Forum for Democracy since he founded it in 2016. A member of the House of Representatives since 2017, he has also served as the partys parliamentary leader since then.


Peter Byrne (philosopher)

Peter Byrne is the Senior Lecturer in the philosophy of religion at King’s College London. He is the author of several books, including: Byrne, Peter 2003. God and realism. Aldershot, Hants, England Burlington, VT: Ashgate. ISBN 978-0-7546-1467-8. OCLC 51587547. Natural Religion and the Nature of Religion: The Legacy of Deism


Pedro Cerezo Galan

Pedro Cerezo Galan is a Spanish philosopher and university professor. His specialty is contemporary Western philosophy, including modern Spanish thinkers such as Jose Ortega y Gasset, Xavier Zubiri and Antonio Machado.


Frederick Howard Collins (indexer)

Frederick Howard Collins was a British indexer and writer. Best known for his Authors and printers dictionary, Collins also wrote on the philosophy of Herbert Spencer and on subject indexing.


David Doig

David Doig FRSE LLD was a Scottish educator, philologist and writer known for historical and philosophical works. He was Rector of Stirling High School from 1760 to 1800. Doig is also believed to have been the inventor of the tartan pattern now associated with Burberry.


Freeman Dyson

Freeman John Dyson was an English-born American theoretical physicist and mathematician known for his work in quantum electrodynamics, solid-state physics, astronomy and nuclear engineering. He was professor emeritus in the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, a member of the Board of Visitors of Ralston College and a member of the Board of Sponsors of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. Dyson originated several concepts that bear his name, such as Dysons transform, a fundamental technique in additive number theory, which he developed as part of his proof of Manns theorem; the Dys ...


Simo Elakovic

Simo Elakovic is a Serbian philosopher and Professor at University of Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy.


Antonio Escohotado

Antonio Escohotado Espinosa is a Spanish philosopher, essayist and university professor whose work, while mainly focused on law, philosophy and sociology, has covered a wide range of fields. Escohotado gained public renown for his research on drugs as well as for his well-known anti-prohibitionist positions. His major work, The General History of Drugs, is widely respected.


Philippa Foot

Philippa Ruth Foot, an English philosopher, was one of the founders of contemporary virtue ethics, inspired by the ethics of Aristotle. Her work in the 1950s and 1960s sought to adapt Aristotelian ethical theory to a contemporary world view and so competitive with such theories as modern deontological and utilitarian ethics. Some of her work was crucial to the re-emergence of normative ethics within analytic philosophy, especially her critique of consequentialism and of non-cognitivism. This appears in continuing discussion of an example of hers referred to as the trolley problem. Foots ap ...


Bo Fowler

Fowler received his degree studying philosophy at the University of Bristol. He went on to attend the University of East Anglia, where he studied for his PhD in Creative Writing under Malcolm Bradbury. In 1998 he was given £140.000 by Jonathan Cape for two books. He has since written The Philosophy of the Stars and Notes From the Autopsy of God. Fowlers influences include Friedrich Nietzsche, Kurt Vonnegut and Richard Brautigan.


Zumrud Gulu-zade

Zumrud Gulu-zade is an Azerbaijani professor of philosophy at the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences. Zumrud Gulu-zade has written many books on philosophy in the Azerbaijani, Turkish, English and Russian languages.


Immanuel Kant

Immanuel Kant was an influential German philosopher in the Age of Enlightenment. In his doctrine of transcendental idealism, he argued that space, time, and causation are mere sensibilities; "things-in-themselves" exist, but their nature is unknowable. In his view, the mind shapes and structures experience, with all human experience sharing certain structural features. In one of his major works, the Critique of Pure Reason, he drew a parallel to the Copernican revolution in his proposition that worldly objects can be intuited a priori, and that intuition is therefore independent from objec ...


Patrick Laude

Patrick Laude is a scholar, author and teacher. His works deal with the relationship between mysticism, symbolism and poetry, as well as focusing on contemporary spiritual figures such as Simone Weil, Louis Massignon and Frithjof Schuon.


Carlos Perez Soto

Carlos Perez Soto is a Chilean teacher of physics, lecturer at various universities and a social sciences researcher, author of works of a broad thematic spectrum: philosophy of science and epistemology, political philosophy and Marxism, history of dance, anti-psychiatry.


Daniel N. Robinson

Daniel N. Robinson was an American psychologist who was a professor of psychology at Georgetown University and later in his life became a fellow of the faculty of philosophy at Oxford University.


Fernando Savater

Born in San Sebastian, he was an Ethics professor at the University of the Basque Country for over a decade. Presently he is a Philosophy professor at the Complutense University of Madrid. He has won several accolades for his literary work, which covers issues as diverse as contemporary ethics, politics, cinema and literary studies. In 1990, Savater and columnist and publisher, Javier Pradera, founded the magazine, Claves de Razon Practica. In November 2012 he was awarded the prestigious Octavio Paz Prize of Poetry and Essay. In that same year 2012, with issue number 222 May-June 2012, he ...


Franz August Schmolders

Schmolders studied from 1830 on philosophy and theology at the University of Bonn. Under the influence of professors Christian August Brandis, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Freytag, Christian Lassen and August Wilhelm Schlegel, he soon concentrated on the oriental, especially Arabic philosophy. He learned to Hebrew, Arabic, Avestan, Persian Syriac and Sanskrit. During his studies Schmolders dealt especially with the Arabic translations of the writings of Aristotle. In 1835, he won with a text edition of the works of the Indian philosopher Bhartrihari the price of the Faculty of Arts. On 22 July ...


Chee Soo

Chee Soo was an author of books about the philosophy of Taoism and in particular Lee-style tai chi chuan, Qigong, Chang Ming, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Feng Shou Hand of the Wind Kung Fu.


Lysander Spooner

Lysander Spooner was an American political philosopher, essayist, pamphlet writer, Unitarian, abolitionist, individualist anarchist, legal theorist, a member of the socialist First International and entrepreneur of the 19th century. Spooner was a strong advocate of the labor movement and anti-authoritarian and individualist anarchist in his political views. His economic and political ideology has often been identified as libertarian socialism and mutualism. Spooners writing includes the abolitionist book The Unconstitutionality of Slavery and No Treason: The Constitution of No Authority wh ...


Olaf Stapledon

William Olaf Stapledon – known as Olaf Stapledon – was a British philosopher and author of science fiction. In 2014, he was inducted into the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame.


Placide Tempels

Placide Frans Tempels was a Belgian Franciscan missionary in the Congo who became famous for his book Bantu Philosophy.


Johan Rudolph Thorbecke

Johan Rudolph Thorbecke was a Dutch statesman of a liberal bent, one of the most important Dutch politicians of the 19th century. In 1848, he virtually single-handedly drafted the revision of the Constitution of the Netherlands, giving less power to the king and more to the States General, and guaranteeing more religious, personal and political freedom to the people.


Sophia Wadia

Sophia Wadia, nee Sophia Camacho, was a Colombian-born naturalized Indian theosophist, litterateur, the founder of PEN All India Centre and the founder editor of its journal, The Indian PEN. She also cofounded The Indian Institute of World Culture, Bengaluru and the Asian Book Trust, Mumbai. The Government of India honoured Wadia in 1960, with the award of Padma Shri, the fourth highest Indian civilian award for her services to the nation.


Nigel Warburton

Nigel Warburton is a British philosopher. He is best known as a populariser of philosophy, having written a number of books in the genre, but he has also written academic works in aesthetics and applied ethics.


Anna Willess Williams

Anna Willess Williams was a teacher and philosophical writer best known as the model for George T. Morgans silver dollar design, popularly known as the Morgan dollar.


Jindrich Zeleny

He was born in Bitovany, Czech Republic in 1922 and attended school in Chrudim and Hradec Kralove. In 1948, Zeleny received a Ph.D. in philosophy and sociology from Charles University in Prague.


Nick Zhang

Nick Zhang ; born 30 August 1963) is CEO of Wuzhen Institute and a writer. In 2017, his book A Brief History of Artificial Intelligence was awarded Top 10 Books of Southern Metropolis Daily. In 2018, he won Wu Wenjun Artificial Intelligence Science and Technology Award.


ⓘ Philosophy writers

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