The History of How We Think
How did Greek philosophers think about God and the world? Or about the role of humanity, about happiness and what constitutes a good life? What ideas were considered to be radical and dangerous in the 17th century? Where does our concept of knowledge or science actually come from?
Since ancient times, philosophers have been debating the great ideas and problems of society, science and knowledge and culture. In our analysis of these discussions, we examine the links between philosophy and other disciplines, such as the natural sciences, ancient medicine or theology and use historical and philological methods to understand and contextualise texts; we study the changes in important ideas, but also forge links between different schools of philosophy.