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Aeschylus

Dante Alighieri

Thomas Aquinas

Archimedes

Aristophanes

Aristotle

Saint Augustine

Marcus Aurelius

Jane Austen

Francis Bacon

James Baldwin

Karl Barth

Samuel Beckett

Henri Bergson

George Berkeley

Niels Bohr

James Boswell

Bertolt Brecht

Charlotte Bronte

Emily Bronte

John Calvin

Willa Cather

Geoffrey Chaucer

Anton Chekhov

Sir Winston Churchill

Joseph Conrad

Nicolaus Copernicus

Charles Darwin

Honore de Balzac

Miguel de Cervantes

Michel de Montaigne

Charles de Montesquieu

Rene Descartes

Benedict de Spinoza

Alexis de Tocqueville

John Dewey

Charles Dickens

Emily Dickinson

Denis Diderot

Theodosius Dobzhansky

Fyodor Dostoevsky

Arthur Eddington

Albert Einstein

George Eliot

T.S. Eliot

Ralph Ellison

Friedrich Engels

Epictetus

Desiderius Erasmus

Euclid

Euripides

Michael Faraday

William Faulkner

F. Scott Fitzgerald

James George Frazer

Sigmund Freud

Carlos Fuentes

Galen

Galileo Galilei

Federico Garcia Lorca

Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Edward Gibbon

William Gilbert

Alexander Hamilton

G.H. Hardy

William Harvey

Nathaniel Hawthorne

Georg Hegel

Martin Heidegger

Werner Heisenberg

Ernest Hemingway

Herodotus

Hippocrates

Thomas Hobbes

Homer

Langston Hughes

Johan Huizinga

David Hume

Zora Neale Hurston

Christiaan Huygens

Henrik Ibsen

Henry James

William James

John Jay

James Joyce

Franz Kafka

Immanuel Kant

Johannes Kepler

John Maynard Keynes

Soren Kierkegaard

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Antoine Laurent Lavoisier

D.H. Lawrence

Claude Levi-Strauss

John Locke

Lucretius

Niccolo Machiavelli

James Madison

Thomas Mann

Lynn Margulis

Karl Marx

Herman Melville

John Stuart Mill

John Milton

Moliere

Pablo Neruda

Isaac Newton

Nicomachus of Gerasa

Friedrich Nietzsche

Eugene O'Neill

George Orwell

Blaise Pascal

Luigi Pirandello

Max Planck

Plato

Plotinus

Plutarch

Edgar Allan Poe

Henri Poincare

Marcel Proust

Ptolemy

Francois Rabelais

Jean Racine

Jean Jacques Rousseau

Bertrand Russell

Erwin Schrodinger

William Shakespeare

Bernard Shaw

Mary Shelley

Adam Smith

Sophocles

Gertrude Stein

Jonathan Swift

Cornelius Tacitus

R.H. Tawney

Henry David Thoreau

Thucydides

Leo Tolstoy

Mark Twain

Thorstein Veblen

Virgil

Voltaire

Johann von Goethe

C.H. Waddington

Max Weber

Edith Wharton

Alfred North Whitehead

William Carlos Williams

Walt Whitman

Ludwig Wittgenstein

Virginia Woolf

Richard Wright

Emile Zola


"By this it appears how necessary it is for any man that aspires to true knowledge to examine the definitions of former authors; and either to correct them, where they are negligently set down, or to make them himself."
~ Thomas Hobbes