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Determining the philosopher you most closely resemble requires examining some of your views about the world and those of some historical philosophers. This can be accomplished by answering some key ethical, metaphysical and epistemological questions.


Stuff 4 Greeks is a retail website devoted to customizable designs for fraternity and sorority clothing and accessories. Shoppers can choose from jackets, jerseys, shirts, sweaters and sweatshirts to alter to fit their specific fraternity or sorority.


John Locke was an English philosopher who believed all people have natural rights to life, liberty and property, independent of any man-made laws. This is in contrast to claims that people are naturally subject to a monarch, as he asserted in his 1689 work "Two Treatises of Government."


A philosophical assumption is the theoretical framework used by researchers to collect, analyze and interpret the data that is collected in a particular field of study. It establishes the background used for coming to conclusions or decisions.


Among Aristotle’s many philosophical views was his belief that humans exist to achieve their own personal happiness. Aristotle is also well-known for his principles of scientific epistemology, and for his contributions to the field of metaphysics.


Ancient Greek houses were made out of sun-dried brick that rested on a foundation of stones. The sun-dried brick material was not dependable or secure and would often crumble.


In Greek mythology, there are 16 Titans, 14 Olympian gods and a large number of demigods, or half-god and half-human hybrids. The Titans ruled during the Greek Golden Age from Mount Olympus, but were overthrown by the Olympian Gods in the battle of Titanomachy.


Greek gods include Zeus, king of the gods, and Hades, the god of death. Others major gods in Greek mythology include Apollo, Ares, Hephaestus and Hermes.


Philosophical definitions of truth fall into several categories, including rationalist, idealist, monotheistic and nihilistic. Some philosophers define truth as anything that is descriptive or expressive of the nature of existence, while others define it as something that inherently exists within ob


Greek city-states were a political structure that arose from towns banding together to form an independent city that ruled over the surrounding territory. Greece's mountainous terrain influenced the creation of city-states by isolating and insulating groups of towns from one another.