Western philosophy is rooted in ancient Greece. It was born in the quest to understand ultimate reality. The father of Western philosophy was Thales. He distanced himself from mythology and sought a scientific answer to the nature of things.
From the series: The Consequences of Ideas
Book by Ronald Nash
Looking for a unique synthesis of the topical, historical and worldview/conceptual systems in philosophy? Look no further. Longtime student and teacher of philosophy Ronald Nash offers us Life’s Ultimate Questions, an eminently readable and well-organized introduction to philosophy. Designed primarily for … Learn More