3 Answers

  1. Ken Wilber. I advise you to start with a “brief history of everything”. Ken Wilber's integral model is a model that includes literally all other models. If philosophers had previously argued about who was right and who was wrong, Wilbur came to the conclusion that everyone was right, but not completely, but only at the level at which they were located. If you are tired of the mess in your head, consisting of different trends, statements, schools, science, esotericism, mysticism, religion – read Wilbur. This is the friend who can put everything on the shelves.

  2. Plato



    Oswald Spengler,Herbert Spencer

    Epicurus, N. Kuzansky, F.Nietzsche, A. Schopenhauer, David Hume, Oswald Spengler, Sartre, Gottfried Leibniz, Søren Kierkegaard

  3. Of course I don't know. But I would include those who do not consider capitalism the highest form of human development and develop an optimistic theory. In fact, extreme selfishness and the idea of competition that is being promoted now have long since outlived their usefulness. Yes, these qualities are inherent in human nature, but they are not fatal. Some complain that all modern philosophers hold left-wing views. And the logic of history is exactly this: it is not for nothing that utopians and philosophers have always written about the ideal society and country. And this is the dream of humanity that needs to be sought.

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