- Michel de Montaigne (1533 - 1592) : Michel de Montaigne believed there was no objective way of distinguishing among various claims of truth like the earlier Greek and Roman Skeptics. His doubts concerning human knowledge stimulated a number of subsequent thinkers such as Bacon and Descartes.

Related Articles

René Descartes at psychology-glossary.com■■■■
René Descartes  (1596–1650) is a French scientist/philosopher who proposed a strict split or schism . . . Read More
Pythagoras at psychology-glossary.com■■■■
Pythagoras (ca. 580–500 BC.) is the Greek scholar who suggested that the brain is at the center of . . . Read More
Galileo (1564-1642) at psychology-glossary.com■■■■
- Galileo (1564-1642) : Galileo is one of the famous scientist who showed several of Aristotle's "truths" . . . Read More
Dill at glorious-food-glossary.com■■■
Dill or Dill seed was used since very early times throughout Europe, especially in Scandinavia and eastern . . . Read More
Aristotle at psychology-glossary.com■■■
Aristotle (Greek, 384–322 BC.)  was a disciple of Plato erroneously believed that the heart is the . . . Read More
Atavistic Stigmata at psychology-glossary.com■■■
Atavistic Stigmata refers to a key element in early biological theories of criminality; physical characteristics, . . . Read More
Galen (A.D. 129–201) at psychology-glossary.com■■
- Galen (AD. 129–201) : Galen refers to a Roman anatomist and physician who identified many of the . . . Read More
Cupid at top500.de■■
. . . Read More
Pasteli at glorious-food-glossary.com■■
Pasteli is a honey and sesame sweets. It is a traditional Mediterranean sweet made mainly by sesame and . . . Read More
Hippocrates (460–377 B.C.) at psychology-glossary.com■■
Hippocrates (460–377 BC.): Hippocrates refers to a Greek physician who has been honored as the father . . . Read More