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Challenge 1 Philosophy

For challenge 1 student's philosophy exams, this includes all philosophers, their dates, places, and main ideas.
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Democritus
Atom theroy-world is composed of small units of matter
Socrates
"Man is measure of all things"
Plato
Believed in immortal soul but limited number of forms
Aristotle
Studied nature, believed that man has innate reasoning
Jesus
God's son, brought everlasting forgiveness
Augustine
Christianized Plato's ideas, City of God, Salvation through God
Aquinas
Christianized Aristotle's ideas
Luther
Reformer monk broke Catholic church, translated Bible
Erasmus
Reformer monk didn't break with Catholic church
Hobbes
He was a materialist. Believed even the soul was composed of substance
Descartes
"I think, therefore I am", system builder, dualism
Spinoza
Historical-critical view of the Bible. "In the light of eternity"
Locke
Believed in primary and secondary qualities, as well as natural rights
Hume
Empiricist, complex ideas, "law of causation"
Berkeley
Empiricist, "We exist only in the mind of God"
Kant
certain factors in mind influence perception of the world-time, space, and law of causality
Hegel
Method of understanding history, "world's spirit is developing"
Kierkegaard
Founded existentialism
Marx
Historical-materialist, economic force caused change in history
Darwin
Contradicts creation story in Bible, evolution
Freud
Mind made of three parts-id, ego, and superego. Developed dream theory.