The purpose of this page is to categorise the differing posts and make them all accessible from a single point.


Jan Davidsz. de Heem, Still-Life of Books, 1628

My Thoughts

Southern (Indic)

Mukhya Upanishads (Anonymous, composed 800 BCE – 0 CE)

Eastern (Sinic)


Western (Greco-Roman, Abrahamic)

Early Greek Philosophers

Milesian Philosophers (Thales b. 624 BCE, Anaximander b. 610 BCE, and Anaximenes b. 585 BCE)

Pythagoras (b. 570 BCE) and the Pythagoreans

Xenophanes of Colophon (b. 570 BCE)

Heraclitus of Ephesus (b. 535 BCE)

Parmenides of Elea (b.515 BCE)

Zeno of Elea (b. 490 BCE)

Empedocles of Acragas (b. 492 BCE)

Anaxagoras of Clazomenae (b. 500 BCE)

Leucippus (b. 5th C. BCE) and Democritus (b. 460 BCE)

Melissus of Samos (b. 5th C. BCE)

Philolaus of Croton (b. 470 BCE)

Diogenes of Apollonia (b. 5th C. BCE)

The Sophists (Protagoras b. 490 BCE, Gorgias b. 490 BCE, Prodicus b. 460 BCE, Hippias  b. 5th C. BCE, Antiphon b. 480 BCE)

Plato (Founder of Platonism, Born 428 BCE)

Early dialogues

Transitional dialogues

Middle dialogues

Late dialogues

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