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    • Rachel Albeck-Gidron

    • Rachel Albeck-Gidron (born 1960) is an Israeli inter-disciplinary researcher of Hebrew and comparative literature, philosophy and art. In her book, The Century of the Monads, Albeck-Gidron claims that there is a deep similarity and even a relationship between monadic metaphysics and the basic assumptions of modern ... Read »


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    • Adil Asadov

    • Adil Asadov

      Adil Asadov - (Azerbaijani: Adil Ä°sgəndər oğlu Əsədov) is an Azerbaijani philosopher, currently head of the department at Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences and President of Association of Philosophical Enlightenment. Adil Asadov was born on October 1, 1958 in Guba, Azerbaijan SSR, USSR. In ... Read »


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    • Brynjólfur Bjarnason


    • Frederick Howard Collins (indexer)

    • Frederick Howard Collins (1857-1910) was a British indexer and writer. Best known for his Authors' and printers' dictionary (1905), he also wrote on the philosophy of Herbert Spencer and on subject indexing. ... Read »


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    • David Doig

    • David Doig FRSE LLD (1719–1800) was a Scottish educator, philologist and writer known for historical and philosophical works. He was Rector of Stirling High School from 1760 to 1800. Doig is also believed to have been the inventor of the tartan pattern now associated with Burberry. David was born 14 Feb 1719 ... Read »


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    • Freeman Dyson

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      Freeman John Dyson FRS (born 15 December 1923) is an English-born American theoretical physicist and mathematician, known for his work in quantum electrodynamics, solid-state physics, astronomy and nuclear engineering. He is professor emeritus at the Institute for Advanced Study, a Visitor of Ralston College, and a mem ... Read »


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    • Simo Elaković


    • Bo Fowler

    • Bo Fowler (born 1971) is a British novelist. Fowler is the author of Scepticism, Inc and The Astrological Diary of God. Fowler received his degree studying philosophy at the University of Bristol. He went on to attend the University of East Anglia, where he studied for his PhD in Creative Writing under Malcolm Bra ... Read »


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    • Zumrud Gulu-zade

    • Zumrud Gulu-zade

      Zumrud Gulu-zade (Azerbaijani: Zümrüd Qulu-zadə) (Turkish pronunciation: [zym'ɾyt gulu'zɑdæ]; is an Azerbaijani professor of philosophy at the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences. Zumrud Gulu-zade has written many books on philosophy in the Azerbaijanian, Turkish, English and Russian languages ... Read »


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    • Patrick Laude

    • Patrick Laude is a scholar, author and teacher. His works deal with the relationship between mysticism, symbolism and poetry, as well as focusing on contemporary spiritual figures such as Simone Weil, Louis Massignon and Frithjof Schuon. Born in France in 1958, he took a graduate degree in Philosophy at the Univer ... Read »


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    • Stefan Molyneux

    • Stefan Molyneux

      Stefan Basil Molyneux (/stəˈfæn ˈmɒláµ»njuː/; born September 24, 1966) is an Irish-born Canadian blogger/vlogger. Molyneux usually speaks on topics including anarcho-capitalism, race and intelligence, atheism, politics, secular ethics, right-libertarianism, , and familial relationships. He is a sel ... Read »


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    • Carlos Pérez Soto


    • Daniel N. Robinson

    • Daniel N. Robinson

      Daniel N. Robinson (born March 9, 1937) is a philosopher who is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Georgetown University and a Fellow of the Faculty of Philosophy, Oxford University. Robinson has published in a wide variety of subjects, including moral philosophy, the philosophy of psychology, legal ... Read »


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    • Franz August Schmölders


    • Chee Soo

    • Chee Soo

      Chee Soo (born Clifford Soo, also known as Clifford Gibbs, June 4, 1919 — August 29, 1994) was an author of books about the philosophy of Taoism and in particular Lee-style t'ai chi ch'uan, Qigong, Ch'ang Ming, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Feng Shou 'Hand of the Wind' Kung Fu. According to his birth certi ... Read »


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    • Lysander Spooner

    • Lysander Spooner

      Lysander Spooner (January 19, 1808 – May 14, 1887) was an American individualist anarchist, political philosopher, essayist, pamphlet writer, Unitarian abolitionist, supporter of the labor movement, legal theorist, and entrepreneur of the nineteenth century. Spooner's most famous writing includes the seminal abol ... Read »


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    • Placide Tempels

    • Placide Frans Tempels (18 February 1906 – 9 October 1977) was a Belgian Franciscan missionary in the Congo who became famous for his book Bantu Philosophy. Tempels was born in Berlaar, Belgium. Born Frans Tempels, he took the name "Placide" on his entry into a Franciscan seminary in 1924. After his ordination to ... Read »


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    • Johan Rudolph Thorbecke

    • Johan Rudolph Thorbecke

      Johan Rudolph Thorbecke (14 January 1798 – 4 June 1872) was a Dutch politician and statesman of liberal signature, one of the most important Dutch politicians of the 19th century. In 1848 he virtually single-handedly drafted the revision of the Constitution of the Netherlands, giving less power to the king, and m ... Read »


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    • Sophia Wadia

    • Sophia Wadia, née Sophia Camacho, was a Colombian-born naturalized Indian theosophist, littérateur, the founder of PEN All India Centre and the founder editor of its journal, The Indian PEN. She also cofounded The Indian Institute of World Culture, Bengaluru and the Asian Book Trust, Mumbai. The Government of Ind ... Read »


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    • Nigel Warburton

    • Nigel Warburton (/ˈwɔːrbərtən/; born 1962) is a British philosopher. He is best known as a populariser of philosophy, having written a number of books in the genre, but he has also written academic works in aesthetics and applied ethics. Warburton received a BA from the University of Bristol and a P ... Read »


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    • Anna Willess Williams

    • Anna Willess Williams (1857 – April 17, 1926) was a teacher and philosophical writer best known as the model for George T. Morgan's silver dollar design, popularly known as the Morgan dollar. In 1876, George T. Morgan began creating a series of new coin designs at the behest of Director of the Mint, Dr. Henry ... Read »


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    • Jindřich Zelený


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