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Casanova
   uttered the last words   
"I Have Lived As a Philosopher and Die As a Christian."
Johannes Scotus Eriugena
   is known as a   
Philosopher
Died 877
George Berkeley
   is known as a   
Philosopher
Idealist Philosopher
Haydn's Symphony No. 22
   has the nickname   
Philosopher
Composed by Joseph Haydn
Plato
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Founder of the Academy in Athens
Pythagoras
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Ionian Greek philosopher and mathematician. Born c. 570 BC. Founder of the religious movement called Pythagoreanism.
Ananda
   was an   
Indian Philosopher
Disciple and attendant of the Buddha 6th century BCE
Anaxagoras
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Pre-Socratic, tried to give a scientific account of eclipses, meteors, rainbows and the sun; c. 500-428 BC
Anaximander
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Pre-Socratic, c. 610-546 BCE
Antisthenes
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Founded the school of classical Cynicism; c. 444-365 BCE
Aristotle
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great; 384-322 BC
Ralph Waldo Emerson
   was a/an   
Philosopher
Led the Transcendentalist movement of the mid-19th century
George Santayana
   was a/an   
Philosopher
Spanish born, raised and educated in the US; 1863-1952
Asvaghosa
   was an   
Indian Philosopher
And poet.
Cato the Younger
   was a   
Roman Philosopher
Follower of the Stoic philosophy
Cicero
   was a   
Roman Philosopher
Statesman, political theorist and famous orator; 106-43 BC
Confucius
   was a   
Chinese Philosopher
Traditionally 551-479 BC
Democritus
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Formulated an atomic theory of the cosmos; c. 460-370 BC
Lucius Annaeus Seneca
   was a   
Roman Philosopher
Stoic, c. 3 BC- 65 AD
Marcus Aurelius
   was a   
Roman Philosopher
Developed the philosophy of stoicism in his book known as the Meditations; died AD 180
Epicurus
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Founded school of thought known as Epicureanism, freedom from fear, absence of pain, self-sufficiency
Diogenes
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
One of the founders of Cynic philosophy; c. 412 BC-404 BC
Han Fei
   was a   
Chinese Philosopher
Helped develop the philosophy of Legalism; c. 280-233 BCE
Heraclitus of Ephesus
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Pre-Socratic; known for his doctrine that change was central to the universe
Laozi
   was a   
Chinese Philosopher
Central figure in Taoism; 6th century BCE
Lucretius
   was a   
Roman Philosopher
Titus Lucretius Carus, c. 99-55 BC
Parmenides
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Founder of the Eleatic school of philosophy; early 5th century BCE
Porphyry
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Disciple of Plotinus; 234-305 AD
Socrates
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Credited as one of the founders of Western philosophy; known chiefly through the writings of Plato
Theophrastus
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Successor of Aristotle in the Peripatetic school; c. 371-287 BCE
Vasubandhu
   was an   
Indian Philosopher
Buddhist scholar-monk; one of the founders of the Indian Yogacara school; flourished c. 4th c.
Wang Bi
   was a   
Chinese Philosopher
Most important works are commentaries on the Dao De Jing and the I Ching
Wang Chong
   was a   
Chinese Philosopher
Flourished during the Han Dynasty; c. 27-100 AD
Xunzi
   was a   
Chinese Philosopher
Confucian philosopher who lived during the Warring States Period
Zeno of Citium
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Founder of the Stoic school; 334-262 BCE
Zeno of Elea
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Member of the Eleatic School founded by Parmenides; Aristotle called him the inventor of the dialectic.
Karl Popper
   was a   
Philosopher
Austrian (1902-1994)
Ananda
   was an   
Indian Philosopher
Disciple and attendant of the Buddha 6th century BCE
Anaximander
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Pre-Socratic, c. 610-546 BCE
Aristotle
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great; 384-322 BC, was a bugger for the bottle
Asanga
   was an   
Indian Philosopher
And Buddhist monk, c. 300-370 CE
Asvaghosa
   was an   
Indian Poet and Philosopher
Believed to be the first Sanskrit dramatist; c. 80-50 CE
Cicero
   was a   
Roman Philosopher
Statesman, political theorist and famous orator; 106-43 BC
Confucius
   was a   
Chinese Philosopher
Traditionally 551-479 BC
Diogenes
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
One of the founders of Cynic philosophy; c. 412 BC-404 BC
Epicurus
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Founded school of thought known as Epicureanism, freedom from fear, absence of pain, self-sufficiency
Lucretius
   was a   
Roman Philosopher
Titus Lucretius Carus, c. 99-55 BC
Plato
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Founder of the Academy in Athens
Socrates
   was a   
Greek Philosopher
Credited as one of the founders of Western philosophy; known chiefly through the writings of Plato
Vasubandhu
   was an   
Indian Philosopher
Buddhist scholar-monk; one of the founders of the Indian Yogacara school; flourished c. 4th c.






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