KEYWORDS: philosophy; logic; ethics; aesthetics; knowledge; epistemology; metaphysics; ontology; being; truth; reality; concept; Weltanschauung; world-view
No man, even the most learned in his discipline, can progress farther along the road to perfection than the point where he is found most knowing in the very ignorance that characterizes him; and he will be the more learned, the more he comes to know himself for ignorant..
Nicholas of Cusa
The penalty of knowledge is doubt.
|List of Contents|
History and Philosophy of Science
History and Philosophy of Mathematics
History and Philosophy of Physics
History/Philosophy of Astronomy/Cosmology
History and Philosophy of Earth Sciences
History and Philosophy of Life Sciences
History and Philosophy of Social Sciences
Religion and Science
Inscription above the entrance to the Temple of Apollo at Delphi
(Pausanias 10.24.1; Juvenal 11.27)
Socrates (from Plato's Apology)