Pre-socratic philosophy

Approx. 700 BC - Approx. 500 BC

·Philosophers change mythological explanations for rational ones.
·There was no influence of socrates.

Classical Greek philosophy

Approx. 500 BC - Approx. 300 BC

·Socrates used the "Socratic method", extract the most possible information with the dialoge questioning what your parnert says.
·Socrates was interested in the cosmology, focusing on the human issues.

Hellenistic philosophy

Approx. 323 BC - Approx. 31 BC

·Philosophers were concerned about ethical issues and knowledge.
·Personal security and individual happiness were important at this time

Medieval philosophy

Approx. 400 AC - Approx. 1453 AC

·Philosophers rediscovered accient culture developed in Greek and Rome in the classical period to explain theological problems and secular learning.
·Philosophers lose their old autonomy and changed to ancilla

Renaissance philosophy

Approx. 1300 AC - Approx. 1699 AC

·Humanism becomes more important than god and Christians.
·Philosophers generally jump from medieval philosophy to modern philosophy.

Modern philosophy

Approx. 1600 - Approx. 1799

· In the late eighteenth century Immanuel Kant set forth a groundbreaking philosophical system which claimed to bring unity to rationalism and empiricism.
·They changed the starting point of philosophy: You don't start thinking the world but thinking the thought of the world.

19th Century Philosophy

Approx. 1800 - Approx. 1899

·Philosophical schools and tendencies were German idealism, Utilitarianism, Marxism, Existentialism, Positivism, Pragmatism.
·Romanticism began placing new emphasis on such emotions as trepidation, horror and terror and awe

20th century

Approx. 1901 - Approx. 2000

· philosophy increasingly became professionalized
·The philosophy was developed mainly in Europe, being divided in analytical philosophy and continental philosophy.