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Latest revision as of 20:54, 21 November 2021

This list of ancient Canamic philosophers contains philosophers who studied in Ancient Cananganam or spoke a Canamic language. Ancient Canamic philosophy began in Munahsa with the pre-Thohalaian philosopher Phuga and lasted through until the High Medieval period. Some of the most famous and influential philosophers of the Nagu-Borosan world were from the Antiquated Canamic world, including figures such as Thohala and Ankittsa.

↵Abbreviations used in this list:

  • c. = circa
  • fl. = flourished

Classical Era Philosophers

Name Life Notes
Phuga fl. 6th Century BCE the first philosopher; one of the great scholars of the 6th century BCE
Sruktah fl. 6th Century BCE one of the great scholars of the 6th century BCE
Srukhuh fl. 6th Century BCE one of the great scholars of the 6th century BCE
Ulisa fl. 6th Century BCE one of the great scholars of the 6th century BCE
Nahma 5/6th Century BCE taught by and early commentator on Phuga's works
Aree 4/5th Century BCE wrote the Srusnutsee, a series of texts regarding medicines and their applications
Uhsa 4/5th Century BCE wrote upon Human ethics and their application on everyday life
Ksruna 4/5th Century BCE early mathematician
Uka 4th Century BCE early mathematician
Isarndzupa 3/4th Century BCE early playwright, interest upon human ethics
Thohala fl. 3rd Century BCE Statesman, Student of Isarndzupa, created the school of Thohalaian philosophy regarding the matters connecting the living and the spiritual, leading proponent and scholar of the Lunukist religion
Arndzuksra fl. 3/4th Century BCE early Lunukist philosopher and teacher
Buhva fl. 3/4th Century BCE early Lunukist philosopher and teacher, renowned hermit
Srukutsa fl. 2nd Century BCE early philosopher on societal governance, general and tactician
Garuka fl. 2nd Century BCE early economist, human ethics philosopher
Sasarna c. 187 BCE – 115 BCE Leader of mathematics, euclidean geometry, ethics, metaphysics, mysticism, music, and politics
Bibhyasa c. 2nd Century BCE Early historian and commentator
Tazropno c. 2nd Century BCE Mathematician and Statesman
Karoh c. 1/2nd Century BCE Possible granddaughter or student of Sasarna, stateswoman, early scribe
Uktuna c. 1st Century BCE
Nagajekha fl. 1st Centuries BCE and CE Statesman, Tactician, and Politician

Medieval Era Philosophers