Practical Philosophy of Thought and Virtue
The Bases to Develop a Philosophical Thought by the Ordinary Citizen
In order for someone to deal with philosophy it is not necessary to have particular qualifications, since each individual has a very powerful logic. The use of logic in combination with the freedom of thought by a free person are enough in order to become a philosopher. For this reason the present work is addressed as much to the general public as well as to scientists of any speciality. It aims to present fundamental principles that will help as foundation stones in the construction of answers to the questions that are placed. New questions are raised, and new ideas on confronting such questions are introduced, providing motives for younger people who wish to deal with philosophy and want to work out answers.
About the Author
Professor John N. Hatzopoulos earned a Ph.D. from the University of Washington. Formerly professor of Surveying Engineering California State University Fresno (CSUF), he is presently on faculty at the University of the Aegean- Greece, in the Department of Environmental Studies. He established the Laboratory of Remote Sensing and GIS and the Department of Environmental Cartography at the University of the Aegean. His activities involve teaching, research and consulting in geomatic engineering, geospatial information and technology and related computer applications. He is a member of the technical Chamber of Greece and the ASPRS.