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  1. Dostoevsky is a big favorite of mine, but it's odd to think of him as an influence. (Web site)
  2. Dostoevsky is a genius.
  3. Dostoevsky is a great author. (Web site)
  4. Dostoevsky is a political thinker. (Web site)
  5. Dostoevsky is a relatively small hotel, located on the territory of the trading center Vladimirsky Passage. (Web site)

Greatest Thinkers

  1. The greatest thinkers are not the greatest humans. (Web site)
  2. The greatest thinkers are those able to reveal a little more about the world around us.
  3. The greatest thinkers are agreeing that there is only one Power and its activity is the Universe and that we are one with this activity everywhere. (Web site)
  4. The greatest thinkers are at a loss when it comes to answering that question.
  5. The greatest thinkers are often those who have brushed with death, or to again borrow from Pascal, faced the "horrific punishment" of imprisonment.

Fyodor Dostoevsky

  1. Fyodor Dostoevsky is a Russian literary writer who wrote novels such as Crime and Punishment and The Brothers Karamazov.
  2. Fyodor Dostoevsky is a Russian writer during that time which you call those writers "classical.
  3. Fyodor Dostoevsky is a toughie because of course he wrote in Russian, not English so the writing style you found annoying may have been the translator's.
  4. Fyodor Dostoevsky is a wonderful writer.
  5. Fyodor Dostoevsky was born in Moscow in 1821, the son of a staff doctor of a Moscow hospital. (Web site)


  1. Genius is a big-picture concept.
  2. A genius is a person with great intelligence. (Web site)
  3. A genius is a person with distinguished mental abilities.
  4. A genius is a guy like Norman Einstein.
  5. A genius is a person with distinguished mental prowess.


  1. Geniuses are rare, but there certainly have been geniuses in each and every generation of human existence. (Web site)
  2. Geniuses are generally able to get their ideas across to others. (Web site)
  3. Geniuses are everywhere. (Web site)
  4. Geniuses are frank, forthright and honest. (Web site)
  5. Geniuses are geniuses precisely because they do not play by the ordinary rules. (Web site)

Greatest Thinker

  1. Revolutionary writer Karl Marx has topped a BBC News Online poll to find the greatest thinker of the millennium. (Web site)
  2. Yes, Time Cube was discovered by Dr Gene Ray, who is consequently the greatest thinker and wisest human whom humanity has ever known.
  3. A Self-word god is the - [cache] - MSN, Gigablast, Ask Karl Marx voted the millenium's "greatest thinker" in online poll.

William Shakespeare

  1. William Shakespeare was a magnificent asset to the world.
  2. William Shakespeare is the grand literary figure of the Western world. (Web site)
  3. William Shakespeare is a very widely read playwright, even today, long after his death.
  4. William Shakespeare was indeed lucky to survive to adulthood in sixteenth-century England.
  5. William Shakespeare was born to John Shakespeare and mother Mary Arden some time in late April 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon. (Web site)

Rudolf Steiner

  1. Rudolf Steiner was also led to recognize the new presence and activity of the Christ. (Web site)
  2. Rudolf Steiner was born in 1861 and died in 1925. (Web site)
  3. Rudolf Steiner was born in the small village of Kraljevec, Austria (now in Croatia) in 1861 and died in Dornach, Switzerland in 1925.


  1. Plato is a Greek philosopher.
  2. Plato is certainly a Theologian.
  3. Plato is an advocate of State absolutism, such as existed in his time in Sparta.
  4. Plato is the apparent heir of the socratic tradition and in this small opus pays his tributes to the master of his youth.
  5. PLATO was an accidental one which emerged spontaneously in an environment that had been created for other purposes. (Web site)


  1. Mozart is probably the greatest genius in the history of western music, perhaps in the history of the world.
  2. Mozart was a genius when it came music and composing, he was said that no other could rival him and to this day people still say that he is the best. (Web site)
  3. Mozart is the highest, the culminating point that beauty has attained in the sphere of music. (Web site)
  4. Mozart is the most beautiful, Rossini the most brilliant, but Bach is the most comprehensive: he has said all there is to say. (Web site)
  5. Mozart is the greatest composer of all. (Web site)

Ludwig Van Beethoven

  1. Ludwig van Beethoven was born in Bonn, the Rhineland seat of an electoral court.
  2. Ludwig van Beethoven was born on December 16, 1770 in Bonn, in the Rhineland of Germany.

Leonardo Da Vinci

  1. Leonardo da Vinci is a former featured article. (Web site)
  2. Leonardo da Vinci was a great painter, sculptor, architect, musician, engineer, inventor, and scientist. (Web site)
  3. Leonardo da Vinci was a Renaissance man in the fullest sense. (Web site)
  4. Leonardo da Vinci was a brilliant man who has influenced our world in ways that many people are not aware of. (Web site)
  5. Leonardo da Vinci was an artist and a scientist ever curious of the world around him.


  1. Jesus is the "Prince of Peace" and the "Lamb of God" in their eyes. (Web site)
  2. Jesus is the long promised Saviour Who shall rout Yahweh's ancient enemy and restore Mankind to its original amity with the Creator. (Web site)
  3. Jesus is the vine, they are its branches. (Web site)
  4. Jesus was a pacifist.
  5. Jesus was an Essene Jew - the Dead Sea Scrolls reveal that the ideas he taught had been part of the Essene tradition for 200 years when Jesus was alive.

Immanuel Kant

  1. Immanuel Kant is a deontologist which means he believed in a sense of 'duty' which one should follow on all occasions. (Web site)
  2. Immanuel Kant is a name that most would mention as being among the most important of influences, as would Jean-Jacques Rousseau .
  3. Immanuel Kant is a noted philosopher associated with this approach.
  4. Immanuel Kant is one of the most famous philosophers of the Enlightenment. (Web site)
  5. Immanuel Kant is one of the most influential philosophers in the history of Western philosophy. (Web site)


  1. Confucius is a confusing character to classify.
  2. Confucius is a famous thinker, educator and philosopher in Chinese history.
  3. Confucius is a very great thinker , learn from him .
  4. Confucius is a well-known philosopher and educator of ancient China, whose educational philosophy exerted profound influence over the education in China.
  5. Confucius was a gentleman and a scholar. (Web site)

Greatest Writers

  1. The greatest writers are great humanists.

Nikola Tesla

  1. Nikola Tesla is a little known genius who basically invented the electronic 20th century.
  2. Nikola Tesla is a man misplaced by time.
  3. Nikola Tesla is a recurring character in Spider Robinson 's " Callahan's " book series. (Web site)
  4. Nikola Tesla is a unifying force for the people of the Balkans and the people of the previous Austro-Hungary Empire. (Web site)
  5. Nikola Tesla is also one of the characters in the game Martian Dreams, by Origin, which is part of the Worlds of Ultima series. (Web site)

Sigmund Freud

  1. Sigmund Freud is a biographical video recording of the life of Freud, first broadcast as part of a television series. (Web site)
  2. Sigmund Freud is a comprehensive and important introduction to a complex thinker. (Web site)
  3. Sigmund Freud is a name that to most of us sounds familiar.
  4. Sigmund Freud is a seminal figure in the history of human thought.
  5. Sigmund Freud is a significant contributor in the history of ideas. (Web site)


  1. SOCRATES: For the several forms of shuttles naturally answer to the several kinds of webs; and this is true of instruments in general. (Web site)
  2. SOCRATES: To be sure; and I shall be grateful to you for listening.
  3. Socrates is a kookaburra.
  4. Socrates is a man.
  5. Socrates is a philosopher.


  1. Books are good at being paperwhite, high-resolution, low-infrastructure, cheap and disposable. (Web site)
  2. Books are long, and time is fleeting, as our great contemporary Henry Wadsworth Longfellow didn't quite say.
  3. Books are normally mailed "Media Mail", unless they are light, in which case they are mailed first class.
  4. Books are well written or badly written.
  5. The books are designed to be accessible and useful to as wide an audience as possible without sacrificing scientific or historical accuracy. (Web site)


  1. Rembrandt is a consumer friendly, easy to use, alternative decorative solution for concrete that cannot be prepared to receive Kemiko Stone Tone Acid stains.
  2. Rembrandt is a musician who was often called The Crying Man because he cried real tears on stage. (Web site)
  3. Rembrandt is known as a Baroque painter of light and shade and as an artist who favoured an uncompromising realism. (Web site)
  4. Rembrandt is something totally different and unique.
  5. Rembrandt is the only character who stayed in the show from the first to the last episode. (Web site)


  1. Pythagoras : The seed is foam of the best part of the blood, a secretion from the nourishment, like blood and marrow.
  2. Pythagoras is a one of the most obscure figures in history.
  3. Pythagoras is a peak, a sunlit peak, and a deep, dark valley too. (Web site)
  4. Pythagoras is the first experiment in creating a synthesis. (Web site)
  5. Pythagoras was a teacher, a philosopher, a mystic and, to his followers, almost a god. (Web site)

Greatest Genius

  1. The greatest genius is the most indebted man. (Web site)
  2. The greatest genius is the most indebted person.


  1. Aristotle is a much studied philosopher today, as well as debated and scrutinized. (Web site)
  2. Aristotle is a smart man. (Web site)
  3. Aristotle is a star over the ages; he who sometimes widely studies rose and fell; however unlike Plato, who always had a bright star. (Web site)
  4. Aristotle is a this-worldly metaphysician who avowedly rejects mysticism and skepticism in epistemology.
  5. Aristotle is the philosopher most associated with this set of theories.

Albert Einstein

  1. Albert Einstein was a beautiful man, wise and moral, who lived in difficult times. (Web site)
  2. Albert Einstein is a prime example of a genius who was not a polymath. (Web site)
  3. Albert Einstein is a prime example of a person generally regarded as a "genius" who was not a polymath.
  4. Albert Einstein was a supporter of Zionism, but never without reservations.
  5. Albert Einstein was awarded the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics for his (and his wife---s?) 1905 explanation of the Photoelectric Effect. (Web site)


  1. In fact the term "philosophy" was not in use before Plato.
  2. In fact the term "philosophy" was not in use long before Plato. (Web site)
  3. Originally the term "philosophy" was applied to all intellectual endeavour. (Web site)
  4. Originally the term "philosophy" was applied to all intellectual endeavours. (Web site)
  5. Philosophy contrasted with other disciplines Natural science Originally the term "philosophy" was applied to all intellectual endeavours. (Web site)


  1. Copernicus was another crucial influence, providing Bruno with evidence that the earth was not the centre of the universe. (Web site)
  2. Copernicus was aware of the neo-Platonic ideas prevalent in Renaissance Europe. (Web site)
  3. Copernicus was born in 1473 in the city of Toru-- (German: Thorn), in Royal Prussia, an autonomous province of the Kingdom of Poland .
  4. Copernicus was born in the present day town of Torun, Poland in February of 1473. (Web site)
  5. Copernicus was buried in the Frombork Cathedral.


  1. Epicurus is a Greek philosopher who believed pleasure is the goal of life (p.223). (Web site)
  2. Epicurus is a great solution to taking great reading material with you wherever you go. (Web site)
  3. Epicurus is a hedonist on empirical grounds.
  4. Epicurus is a materialist and reductionist. (Web site)
  5. Epicurus is a perfect stranger. (Web site)

Famous Writer

  1. The next day, I was invited to The Table by the Famous Writer. (Web site)
  2. The Famous Writer had even begun asking about my literary opinions. (Web site)
  3. At Famous Writer's urging, I told my growing–up–in–Minnesota stories, showed off my extensive knowledge of the feeding behavior of walleye. (Web site)

Franz Kafka

  1. Franz Kafka is a Czechoslovakian writer who lived from 1883-1924.
  2. Franz Kafka is a challenging chronicler of a nightmarish world.
  3. Franz Kafka is a melancholy figure, a Prague-dwelling German Czech, steeped in the history of his time, the creator of a dwindling, despairing art.
  4. Franz Kafka is a new thinker -- one of that breed I spoke to you about 100 years ago.
  5. Franz Kafka is a very good writer. (Web site)

Giordano Bruno

  1. Giordano Bruno is a small lunar impact crater whose eponym is the Italian philosopher Giordano Bruno .
  2. Giordano Bruno is a truly interesting character.
  3. Giordano Bruno was born Filippo Bruno in 1548, in the small town of Nola, Italy.
  4. Giordano Bruno was born at Nola in southern Italy. (Web site)
  5. Giordano Bruno was born in Italy in 1548. (Web site)

Greatest Geniuses

  1. The greatest geniuses are the founders of religions such as Christ and the Buddha.
  2. The greatest geniuses are the ones that challenge our view of the world and look at it differently. (Web site)

Greatest Minds

  1. The greatest minds are capable of the greatest vices as well as of the greatest virtues.
  2. The greatest minds are not so afflicted; and on the contrary, the lowest order of mind is not so disturbed. (Web site)

Great Writer

  1. A great writer is a great writer. (Web site)
  2. The great writer is a very selective filter and a very acute distinguisher.

Isaac Newton

  1. Isaac Newton is a cool guy he invented a lot of cool things Isaac Newton is a cool guy he invented a lot of cool things.
  2. Isaac Newton is a legendary figure whose mythical dimension threatens to overshadow the actual man. (Web site)
  3. Isaac Newton was a geniusesgenius. (Web site)
  4. Isaac Newton was a precocious child, and a local schoolmaster convinced his mother that her son should be well educated.
  5. Isaac Newton was born in Lincolnshire, near Grantham, on December 25, 1642, and died at Kensington, London, on March 20, 1727.

Karl Marx

  1. Karl Marx - The Greatest thinker and philosopher of his time.
  2. Karl Marx is a former good article candidate. (Web site)
  3. Karl Marx is a hero of mine.
  4. Karl Marx is a highly readable and informative biography of this significant economic philosopher.
  5. Karl Marx is a man of immense statistical and economic knowledge. (Web site)


  1. Liszt is a Hungarian and the Hungarians are confessedly a completely disorganized, self-outlived, dying people. (Web site)
  2. Liszt is an authority on the subject, and M. Mathias corroborates him. (Web site)
  3. Liszt was now romantically involved with Princess Caroline and they arrived in Zurich in 1856 and stayed for six weeks.
  4. Liszt was proving to be a consistent champion of Wagner's music.

Leo Tolstoy

  1. Leo Tolstoy - A comprehensive site with pictures, e-texts, biography, genealogy, etc.
  2. Leo Tolstoy is a famous Russian author, whose classic novels include War and Peace (1863-69) and Anna Karenina (1875-77).
  3. Leo Tolstoy is a freelance writer living in Brooklyn .
  4. Leo Tolstoy is a giant of world literature.
  5. Leo Tolstoy is a legendary Russian author.

Nicolaus Copernicus

  1. Nicolaus Copernicus Portrait from Toru--, beginning of 16th century. (Web site)
  2. Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, established 1945, is named after him.
  3. It was called - Nicolaus Copernicus-. Executive director of the observatory from its creation till the year of 1989 was Nikolay Petrov. (Web site)


  1. Schopenhauer is a curious philosopher - I am not sure that anyone can get to know him through these brief excursions into his life.
  2. Schopenhauer is also an excellent critic and brings new light on the Kantian system.
  3. Schopenhauer is an example of a genius who was partially insane.
  4. Schopenhauer was "a lonely, violent and unbefriended man, who shared his bachelor's existence with a poodle. (Web site)
  5. Schopenhauer was a fierce misogynist.


  1. Shakespeare is a challenge for most folks and this book provides an approachable introduction to his wordy magic. (Web site)
  2. Shakespeare is known as "the Bard of Avon," a nod to his birthplace, and many of his plays were originally performed in the famous Globe Theater in London. (Web site)
  3. Shakespeare is the man. (Web site)
  4. Shakespeare is the most quoted writer in history.
  5. Shakespeare is to the manner born in the court. (Web site)


  1. Spinoza : a very short introduction.
  2. Spinoza is a difficult read even for philosophers, and I have to admit, even after years of study, parts of Spinoza---s teachings continue to baffle me.
  3. Spinoza is a group that falls into that category, these guys must be heard to be believed, they are great.
  4. Spinoza is a powerful form of therapy that benefits children throughout their lives.
  5. Spinoza is a psychological and ethical egoist.


  1. A tesla is a large measuring unit of magnetic strength. (Web site)
  2. Tesla is a compelling case). (Web site)
  3. Tesla is a continuing character in a series of novels by Spider Robinson concerned with Callahan's Crosstime Saloon. (Web site)
  4. Tesla is an electric car company.
  5. Tesla is commonly called " the man who invented the twentieth century " [1].

Thomas Edison

  1. Thomas Edison is a classic example.
  2. Thomas Edison is a folk hero. (Web site)
  3. Thomas Edison is a legendary American figure that combined innovation and entrepreneurialism to create and market his inventions.
  4. Thomas Edison is a motivating biography that makes you feel better about yourself.
  5. Thomas Edison is a nonresident institution, but that is where the similarity ends. (Web site)

Agrippa of Nettesheim

  1. Agrippa of Nettesheim was born of a once-noble family near Cologne, and studied both medicine and law there, apparently without taking a degree.
  2. But now, a person like Agrippa of Nettesheim ascribed to the Earth also a Demon.

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