Category talk:Philosophical Systems

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Admittedly, there is a grey area between philosophical systems, on the one hand, and philosophical concepts on the other. Monism is a concept. Platonism a system. But what about humanism?

To be a system, the -ism should present a largely all-encompassing range of thought or principles, or a definite school of thought. Below are some major systems which, as of this date, are not represented in CP:

Aristotelianism - Cartesianism - Pythagoreanism - Eleatics - Hegelilanism - Sophists - Neoplatonism

JFPerry 11:44, 21 December 2007 (EST)