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  1. Here are three: 1. Auguste Comte, founder of positivism 2. Charles Renouvier, advocate of what he called "neo-criticism," which was an original development of some Kantian ideas 3. Léon Ollé...

    2 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 06/01/2009

  2. ... eyes—deaf, because he has ears..."). http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/German_ philosophy #Kant

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  3. ...there. Marxism is a philosophy . Anarchism is indeed... means. look it up on wikipedia . Communism is a political... at the very end of the 19th century .

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  4. The key to your inquiry are the ideas of sollipsism, subjectivism, and arguments for the necessity of God's existence. Good luck!

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  5. Give me an old 'realist" like Aristotle any time.. Don't cloud your mind with people like the good bishop or really "silly" ones like Hume who led to the idiocy of "positivism"

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  6. ... More..............http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/French_literature_of_the_ 19th _ century #Romanticism ---------- ... supplied much of the philosophy of naturalism: he believed that...

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  7. ...enough as a concept, since in 19th century was born the concept of...concept, for which yoy can read on Wikipedia . Because of the...and due to the heavy focus of philosophy at the time on man (as ...

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  8. ... is an Indian educational administrator, Professor of Philosophy and Deputy Editor, Mens Sana Monographs. http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Shakuntala_Singh

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  9. ...and leading to a shift in ideas relating to economics, politics, philosophy and even religion. http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Industrial_Revolution The Industrial...

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  10. ..., women, God, education, religion and philosophy . The fifth reader was designed... from several sources: the eighteenth- century Puritans' "New England...

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