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Aristotle
A student of Plato in Ancient Greece, Aristotle contributed to numerous areas including metaphysics, logic, poetry, linguistics, and government. #GreatestPhilosophers
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Immanuel Kant
Born in Germany, Kant is well known for his ideas about perception. He argued that we cannot know what the world is really like the noumenal world. #GreatestPhilosophers
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Plato
Plato was Aristotle’s teacher, and he is famous for starting the Academy in Athens. This was the first institution of higher learning in the Western world. #GreatestPhilosophers
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Confucius
A Chinese philosopher who lived about 500 BC, he focused on relationships and how the family was important and necessary to society. #GreatestPhilosophers
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David Hume
A Scottish philosopher, Hume was a strong skeptic and empiricist. He claimed that our beliefs don’t come from our reason but rather from our feelings and ideas of how the world should be. #GreatestPhilosophers