From God to Newton and The Reconcilation of Science and Theology

By Tu Alex Mingchuan It is common sense that in the so-called “Dark Ages” of the medieval Europe, theology predominated in all the area from theocracy to regalia and became the absolute authority in the spiritual world of European. Science was left no space in the magnificent palace ruled by theology and was seen as […]

Continental Philosophy

By Ron Reda Beginning in Europe, the response to Hegelian idealism spread out across the European continent but also into the United States where it became known as Continental philosophy. Analytic philosophy was the preferred tradition in England. At the same time in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, pragmatism was being developed in the United […]

The General Philosophical Framework of Rosenzweig’s Thought

By Zadok Krouoz The unique framework of Franz Rosenzweig The philosophy of Franz Rosenzweig is one of the most interesting and surprising innovations of modern thought, both general and Jewish. There exists a background of distinguished modern Jewish philosophers from Moses Mendelssohn, the first philosopher of modem thought who systematically defined the essence of Judaism, […]

German Philosophers

By Philip Beech German Culture: German Philosophers German and German speaking philosophers have made vast contributions to philosophy, and through philosophy, to the course of world history. Perhaps the most influential were the ‘great triumvirate’ of Kant, Hegel and Marx. Other noteworthy philosophers include Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, Heidegger and the Nobel prize-winner Hermann Hesse. One of […]

Seeing God in Leviathan – The Riddle of Hegel’s State Theory

By Thomas Mueller The present article, which appeared in the international journal Folia Humanistica, Ciencas – Artes – Letras (Barcelona, Tomo XXI, Num 245, Junio 1983) was edited by Linus Pauling, and appeared in translation of the original English into Spanish. It concerns the primary unsolved problem of modern political systems, first accurately identified by […]