Martin Heidegger asks a question that he thinks has gone unanswered, perhaps ignored, but at the least forgotten by philosophy since the presocratic philosophers, especially Parmenides and Heraclitus, but also what may be the single oldest fragment in Greek philosophy, that of Anaximander.
Peter van Inwagen is an intellectual giant in two major fields of philosophy, the problem of free will and today’s materialist analysis of metaphysics. First we see how van Inwagen has changed the conversation from the “problem of free will and determinism” into an obscure distinction between compatibilism and his portmanteau concept
Philosophy On Love of Wisdom from Truth & Reality Greek Philosophy – Greek Philosophers All is One (Space) and Active / Flux (Wave-Motion) Discussion & Quotations on the Philosophy / Metaphysics of the Ancient Greek Philosophers
People have contemplated anger—and how best to deal with it—for thousands of years. While typical anger management techniques include breathing deeply and taking a walk to calm down, ancient Greek and Roman philosophers offered their own take on the topic. Some, though not all, of their advice
Metaphysics / Philosophy of Education: Discussion on Educational Philosophy, Teaching Philosophy, Truth and Reality – Famous Philosophers (Albert Einstein, Jean Jacques Rousseau, Michel de Montaigne, Aristotle, Plato) Quotes Quotations on Education, Educational Philosophy, Teaching Philosophy.
Stoicism became the foremost popular philosophy among the educated elite in the Hellenistic world and the Roman Empire, to the point where, in the words of Gilbert Murray “nearly all the successors of Alexander  professed themselves Stoics.”
The Greek word for philosophy (philosophia) translates to the “love for wisdom” in English. The discipline dates back to ancient times with some of the greatest philosophers being Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle.
Philosophy (from Greek φιλοσοφία, philosophia, literally “love of wisdom”) is the study of general and fundamental problems concerning matters such as existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind, and language.
Bandwagon. If you suggest that someone’s claim is correct simply because it’s what most everyone is coming to believe, then you’re are using the Bandwagon Fallacy.