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Top 10 Philosophers

Top 10 Greatest Philosophers In History

It is important to consider that the philosophy is science in its traditional sense. There is a list of some great philosophers of the history that are categorized according to the depth of insight, influence and their wide-reaching interest in numerous subjects. In short, these people are lovers of wisdom.

  1. John Locke

John Locke was the rhetoric of the Thomas Jefferson in the Independence affirmation and also the rhetoric in the United States. Locke is known as the father of Liberalism as he generated such kind of principles that are based on an individual freedom and humanism. His famous phrase was “government with the consent of the governed”. Life, Liberty, and Estate are three natural rights that were introduced by Locke.

  1. Epicurus

Epicurus is thought to be an atheist and was popular because of his famous statement that “Don’t fear god: don’t worry about death: what is good is easy to get: what is terrible is easy to endure”. He believed that all the intangible things can be manipulated easily and he always gave the lesson to stay happy in your life. He gave an idea to avoid the pain, treat others happily and live your life the way you want. According to his theory, if you won’t harm others, you will not be harmed by others. His message was consisted of the peace, love and happiness.

  1. Zeno of Citium

According to his theory, everything that brings displeasure in our lives and causes us to suffer in life is actually an inaccuracy in our opinion. Moreover, everyone has a proper control on the emotions. Depression, anger, and ecstasy are simple problems in the persons’ attitude.

  1. Avicenna

Avicenna’s full name is Abu Ali al-Husayn ibn Abd Allah ibn Sina. He resided in the Persian Empire from c. 980 AD to 1037. He was a well-known physician an philosopher. His most popular writings named The Book of Healing and The Canon of Medicine in which all the medical knowledge was combined. The Book of Healing contains all information related to music, math, and science.

  1. Thomas Aquinas

Thomas did a tremendous job by giving strong argument related to the God existence. He said that it is impossible to believe that the whole universe is created by itself and every survival has a beginning and an end. His famous phrase is “one who moves while not moving”. His five arguments for the God existence are very famous.

  1. Confucius

He is a well-known philosopher of the ancient history. He introduces principles related to ethics and politics. His ideas about Emperor are based on honesty and respect. He also gives the independent version of the Golden Rule.

  1. Rene Descartes

He is known as the Father of Modern Philosophy. He generated an analytical geometry that is based on immortal Cartesian coordinate system. His major discoveries are the Laws of refraction and reflection.

  1. Paul of Tarsus

Paul believed that there are ten commandments of the God’s moral law that was understood by all people. He said that the Christ was the finest that the world would ever see.

  1. Plato

He is known as a great philosopher and he argued that there is something that has created the whole universe. He said that all the things in the universe, our bodies are less real than the creator.

  1. Aristotle

He is another great philosopher who gave four reasons or qualities of anything that come into existence. The material cause, formal cause, effective cause, the final cause that explains that what is the purpose of the creation and what type of material it is, and what is the effectiveness of the thing that is created.


How to Give a Good Full Body Massage

Full body massage may include many types of massage, but generally, it includes such parts of the body that are decided by the demand of the patient and distinctiveness of the modality. Nevertheless, this massage is a regular practice that covers the most of the body area.

Step 1

Take an interview with your patient and know about the objectives he wants to achieve through the massage  and also ask about the health status. Place the patient securely and calmly on the massage table. Now build up a mental flow chart to cover the areas of the body that you need to massage in a given amount of time. Start the massage with effleurage strokes which should be long and even and cover the areas right from the ankle to the knee or buttocks to apply the massage oil as well as to heat up the body tissues. Now use petrissage to work on particular muscles or rigid areas. Finish the massage on the first leg by repeating long and sluggish strokes and then apply the same method on the other leg.

Step 2

Now shift from the legs towards the back and start another sequence of lengthy and slow effleurage knocks on the either sides of the spine. To work in a deep manner use your elbow, knuckles, wrists and fingers right after the  body tissues’ lubrication and tenderness. Cover the entire back with the help of strokes. Right stroke along with the entire length of the muscles is a very effective technique which not only provides relief to the tighten muscles but also gives a feeling of calmness. Petrissage, friction, percussion, and compression are useful tools which can be easily applied with the help of the sides of the hands. End the back massage with long and slow strokes.

Step 3

Now work with the arms of the client. It is up to you that which position is more suitable for you, i.e., face up position or face down position. Here is also the use of lengthy and slow effleurage is suitable. Use the wringing movement along with compression, friction, and petrissage.

Step 4

To do the left of the massage, shift the tables’ end near the head of the patient and get to the neck. Use your fingers in the upward direction from the back towards the end of the skull. You don’t need to exert pressure here and allow the patient’s body to give pressure during this practice. Apply petrissage motion on the top of the shoulder along with a little pressure. Skip throat region and cover the chest and collarbone area with the help of strokes.

Step 5

Use little friction circles to massage the jawline of the patient and go in the direction of the back of the ears. Now apply same strokes on the temples of the patients, but use a little amount of pressure here. With the help of your base of the thumbs work on the midline of the forehead towards the sides and continue it across the edges of the brow, nose, cheekbone and  cheeks.

Step 6

Finally, massage the feet and don’t forget to wash your hands after working on the patients’ feet to avoid contamination of other areas. Now go to the area of the ankle across the foot region and end up here by giving smooth strokes.

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