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Philosophical Schools


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Philosophical Schools

Philosophical Hermeneutics within a Darśana (Philosophical School)

Sankhya (philosophical school in Hinduism):

Svatantrika-mādhyamaka (Buddhist philosophical School):

History and Doxography of the Philosophical Schools

Athens and Its Philosophical Schools in the Fifth Century

Education in Latin American Music Schools: A Philosophical Perspective

The logical and philosophical reflection on definitions by abstraction: From Frege to the Peano school and Russell

OWEN, Edwin Augustine (1887 - 1973), Professor of Physics, University College of North Wales, Bangor, 1926–54, Professor Emeritus since 1954; Member of Grand Council British Empire Cancer Campaign; Member of Scientific Advisory Committee National Gallery; Chairman, Board of Governors, Bangor Grammar Schools; Member, Board of Governors, Rydal School; Fellow: Physical Society; Cambridge Philosophical Society; Hon. Member: Institute of Quarrying; Association of Hospital Physicists; Member: Institute of Metals; British Institute of Radiology

WAGER, Harold William Taylor (1862 - 1929), late HM Staff Inspector of Schools, Secondary Branch, Board of Education; Hon. Lecturer on Botany in the University of Leeds; President Section K (Botany) of the British Association, South African Meeting, 1905; President, British Mycological Society, 1910; President, Yorkshire Naturalists’ Union; 1913; Fellow of the Linnean Soc. London, and of the German Botanical Society, Berlin; hon. member, York Philosophical Society

 

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The ancient philosophical schools were free institutions, and adhering to them implied the acceptance of a precise philosophical position or, at least, of a specific way of living, as in ...

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