This person is the author of "Essay Concerning Human Understanding."
This person is generally considered to be the first modern, as opposed to medieval, philosopher.
This name refers to a type of philosophy or method of philosophy dominant from about the 11th century until the 16th century.
This name refers to people who believed that knowledge did not necessarily require experience and that there were innate ideas.
This name denotes a school of philosophy known for its materialism and atheism.
This name denotes a school of philosophy that believed in the existence of fate and the non-reality of free will, as well as the necessity of acting morally no matter what the circumstances.
This school of philosophy believed that we have all of our knowledge innately and that when we learn something, we are actually remembering it from a previous...
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