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1

Soren Kierkegaard

philosophy (history of ideas) hasn’t taken into account the human condition (choice)

2

Friedrich Nietzsche

“The Man of Virtue helps the unfortunate not out of pity but by an urge which is begotten by excess of power”

3

Martin Heidegger

“tell me how you read and I’ll tell you who you are”

4

Jean Paul Sartre

“it is up to the individual to choose the life they think is best”

5

Albert Camus

human existence is absurd

6

Simone de Beauvoir

gender is a social construct

7

Gottlob Frege

“the meaning of a word must be determined by the context of the sentence”

8

Ferdinand de Saussure

“without language thought is an unchartered nebula”

9

Bertrand Russell

“I’ll never die for my beliefs, I might be wrong”

10

Ludwig Wittgenstein

“The limits of my language are the limits of my world”

11

George Edward Moore

it will rain, but I don’t believe that it will.

12

Moritz Schlick

the philosophical activity of rendering significant is thus the alpha and omega of all scientific knowledge

13

Lev Vygotsky

acquisition of new knowledge is dependant of previous learning

14

Rudolph Carnap

an approach that sought to legitimize philosophical discourse on a basis shared with the best examples of empirical sciences

15

Alfred Tarski

truth is the property of sentences

16

J. L. Austin

tri-fold use of words

17

Gilbert Ryle

“ghost in the machine”

18

Avram Noam Chomsky

“mass education was designed to turn farmers into docile/passive tools of production”

19

Claude Levi

“how are we to explain the fact that myths are so similar worldwide”

20

Michel Foucault

what is the relationship between power and knowledge

21

Jacques Derrida

he can be neither author nor authority of his own work