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20 Topic Pages Found in Philosophy and starting with the letter L
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Lakatos, Imre (1922 - 1974)

As a participant in the influential philosophy-of-science debates of the 1960s and 1970s, mostly surrounding Thomas Kuhn's The Structure of Scientific

Langer, Susanne (Katherina) (1895 - 1985)

American philosopher, best known for her contributions to philosophical anthropology and aesthetics; one of the most important aestheticians of the

Open Leibniz, Gottfried (1646 - 1716)
Leibniz, Gottfried (1646 - 1716)

Place : Germany Subject : biography, maths and statistics German philosopher and mathematician who was one of the founders of the differential

Open Leopardi, Giacomo (1798 - 1837)
Leopardi, Giacomo (1798 - 1837)

( jä'kōmō lāōpär'dē ), 1798–1837, Italian poet and scholar, considered Italy's outstanding 19th-century poet. An intellectual prodigy, he taught

Levinas, Emmanuel (1906 - 1995)

Lithuanian-born French philosopher. He studied with the German philosophers Martin Heidegger and Edmund Husserl, and helped to introduce phenomenology

Lévy-Bruhl, Lucien (1857 - 1939)

Lucien Lévy-Bruhl (1857-1939) was a French philosopher who became an armchair anthropologist. His first and most important anthropological work, How

Lewis, David K. (David Kellogg), 1941-2001

American philosopher. While he had an important impact on many areas of philosophy, and areas outside philosophy such as linguistics and game theory,

Open Liberalism

Liberalism offers a prescription of how the state is to deal with citizens: Loosely speaking, the state is to address citizens as equal individuals.


Libertarianism refers to a normative political theory that gives top priority to the value of freedom of choice over other competing political values;

Lieber, Francis (1798 - 1872)

( lē'bər ), 1798–1872, German-American political philosopher, b. Berlin. Ardently patriotic, he enlisted in the Prussian army and fought and was