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THINKERS
POSITIVE THINKERS
STRATEGIC THINKERS
GREATEST THINKERS
GENIUSES
WRITERS
RELIGIOUS LEADERS
PHILOSOPHERS
PROBLEM SOLVERS
DESCARTES
EPICURUS
FAMOUS WRITERS
FRANZ KAFKA
FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY
GALILEO GALILEI
GOETHE
GREATEST THINKER
GREAT THINKERS
HEGEL
IMMANUEL KANT
LEONARDO DA VINCI
NIKOLA TESLA
MOZART
PHILOSOPHER
PLATO
RUDOLF STEINER
SCIENTISTS
SIGMUND FREUD
SOCRATES
THINKING
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
WRITING
ALBERT EINSTEIN
CLEAR THINKERS
CRITICAL THINKERS
ARISTOTLE
GENIUS
BEETHOVEN
INFERENCE
CICERO
INVENTORS
LAWYERS
LEARNERS
CONFUCIUS
NON-CRITICAL THINKERS
COPERNICUS
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Thinkers

  1. Vizorg is an organizer for visual thinkers.
  2. Rather then a flighty notion, strategic thinkers consider intuition to be the product of past experience, observations and projections.
  3. This is not a site for negative thinkers. (Web site)
  4. It has also been shown to make us much happier and more effective thinkers.

Positive Thinkers

  1. Positive thinkers are the secret elite that make sales marketing the big success that it is.
  2. Positive thinkers is a great way to sum it up.
  3. Positive Thinkers is a non-profit corporation that helps people think more positively.

Strategic Thinkers

  1. Strategic thinkers look for constant improvement.
  2. Rather then a flighty notion, strategic thinkers consider intuition to be the product of past experience, observations and projections.
  3. Strategic thinkers manage from a position of strength by focusing on what-s working.

Greatest Thinkers

  1. Get the plot synopsis to the movie Greatest Thinkers, Vol.
  2. Albert Einstein was one of the greatest thinkers of the 20th century. (Web site)

Geniuses

  1. Geniuses are often accused of lacking common sense, or emotional sensitivity.
  2. Geniuses are often accused of lacking common sense.
  3. Geniuses are rare, but there certainly have been geniuses in each and every generation of human existence. (Web site)
  4. Geniuses are selected by Apple and receive intensive training at Apple---s Cupertino headquarters.
  5. The geniuses are itching to be stumped.

Writers

  1. Writers are always selling somebody out. (Web site)
  2. Writers are witnesses. (Web site)

Religious Leaders

  1. Druze are required to serve in the IDF in accordance with an agreement between their local religious leaders and the Israeli government in 1956. (Web site)
  2. The fear of speaking out against religious leaders is a very powerful force that keeps spiritual abuse victims silent about the abuses they have experienced.
  3. It would have been better if you have not heard of Jesus than to believe in a Jesus or a Christ counterfeited by deceiving and lying religious leaders. (Web site)
  4. All religious leaders, including Jesus, Mohammad and Buddha were sent by God.

Philosophers

  1. Philosophers are interested in a constellation of issues involving the concept of truth. (Web site)
  2. Philosophers are parodied by poets in this text as a, mob of over wise men - holding sway. (Web site)
  3. Philosophers are salesmen, often of the snake oil variety.

Problem Solvers

  1. Welcome to Problem Solvers, Inc.'s web site, problemsolvers.com.
  2. Tom hired a member of the AMERICAN SOCIETY OF IRS PROBLEM SOLVERS to help him file his tax returns after he was contacted by the IRS for unfiled tax returns. (Web site)

Descartes

  1. DESCARTES: The father of modern philosophy for challenging the blind acceptance of Aristotle.
  2. Descartes was a key thinker of the Scientific Revolution both by inspiring doubt and by giving the world a scientific method. (Web site)
  3. Descartes was a mathematician as well as a philosopher.
  4. Descartes was a mechanist--that is, he regarded all physical phenomena as connected mechanically by laws of cause and effect.
  5. Descartes was one of the key thinkers of the Scientific Revolution in the Western World. (Web site)

Epicurus

  1. Epicurus is a 101 years old Male from Greece.
  2. Epicurus is a materialist.
  3. Epicurus is a teacher who passed to Lucretius the light of understanding.
  4. Epicurus is a vegetarian Greek philosopher.
  5. Epicurus is an empiricist, holding that knowledge originates in sensations. (Web site)

Famous Writers

  1. Three percent thought Charles Dickens, one of Britain's most famous writers, is a work of fiction himself. (Web site)
  2. Three per cent thought Charles Dickens, one of Britain's most famous writers, is a work of fiction himself. (Web site)
  3. NewNovelist.com Famous Writers School Classmates Friends from your class are ready to reconnect at ClassMates.com.

Franz Kafka

  1. Franz Kafka is a new thinker -- one of that breed I spoke to you about 100 years ago.
  2. Franz Kafka is a true genius, there is no other way to put it.
  3. Franz Kafka is a vegetarian writer.
  4. Franz Kafka was born in Prague, Bohemia, July 3, 1883 and died June 3, 1924 of tuberculosis at the age of 40. (Web site)
  5. Franz Kafka was born in Prague, in what is now part of the Czech Republic, on 3 July 1883. (Web site)

Fyodor Dostoevsky

  1. Fyodor Dostoevsky is a Russian literary writer who wrote novels such as Crime and Punishment and The Brothers Karamazov. (Web site)
  2. 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. (Web site)
  3. Fyodor Dostoevsky is a wonderful writer. (Web site)
  4. Fyodor Dostoevsky was born in Moscow in 1821, the son of a staff doctor of a Moscow hospital. (Web site)
  5. Fyodor Dostoevsky was born in Moscow, Russia, on November 11, 1821, the son of a doctor. (Web site)

Galileo Galilei

  1. Galileo Galilei is a famous example of this prejudice against new ideas which go against the orthodoxy. (Web site)
  2. Galileo Galilei is a high school with a scientific focus in Civitavecchia.
  3. Galileo Galilei is a pivotal figure in intellectual and scientific history. (Web site)
  4. Galileo Galilei is a top club for world music.
  5. Galileo Galilei was a famous Italian scientist who studied astronomy, physics, and optics and is generally credited with inventing the telescope.

Goethe

  1. A Goethe is a steel beam; a Joyce is a wooden one. (Web site)
  2. Goethe is a MAN, March 25, 2000 Although his writing is extremely important, Goethe made a mark also through his life and philosophy. (Web site)
  3. Goethe is a bit like broccoli--one should like him better than one actually does.
  4. Goethe is a frequent visitor to the home of Maximiliane von La Roche who now is married but whom Goethe still feels very passionately for. (Web site)
  5. Goethe is a major figure in Bakhtin's personal pantheon for reasons that are apparent in the fragment here translated. (Web site)

Greatest Thinker

  1. Karl Marx was the greatest thinker and philosopher of his time. (Web site)
  2. Hegel would have been the greatest thinker who ever lived, said Kierkegaard, if only he had regarded his system as a thought-experiment. (Web site)

Great Thinkers

  1. Your Great Thinkers is a fascinating topic.
  2. In a series of radio stories, NPR looks at Einstein's scientific breakthroughs and the ideas of other great thinkers in 1905. (Web site)
  3. For once, naked nationalism and good rational sense both lead us to same conclusion: among all great thinkers, Hume reigns supreme. (Web site)

Hegel

  1. Hegel is a difficult philosopher to read. (Web site)
  2. Hegel is one of my favorite philosophers. (Web site)
  3. Hegel was one of the first major critics of Kant 's philosophy. (Web site)

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 monument of philosophy of science, and so is Karl Popper.
  3. Immanuel Kant is one of the most famous philosophers of the Enlightenment. (Web site)
  4. Immanuel Kant is one of the most influential philosophers in the history of Western philosophy.
  5. Immanuel Kant was born at Königsberg in East Prussia, 22 April, 1724; died there, 12 February, 1804. (Web site)

Leonardo Da Vinci

  1. Leonardo Da Vinci was born on April 14, 1452 in the town of Vinci near Florence Italy. (Web site)
  2. Leonardo Da Vinci: for not being afraid about sounding silly, with his heretical ideas.
  3. Leonardo da Vinci was a great painter, sculptor, architect, musician, engineer, inventor, and scientist. (Web site)
  4. Leonardo da Vinci was a renaissance painter, architect, engineer, mathematician and philosopher, a genius the world has never seen again so far.
  5. Leonardo da Vinci was an artist and a scientist ever curious of the world around him. (Web site)

Nikola Tesla

  1. Nikola Tesla - Born into a family of Serbian origin, Tesla’s father was an Orthodox priest.
  2. Nikola Tesla - the man who invented the modern world.
  3. Nikola Tesla is the father of our modern technological age.
  4. Nikola Tesla was a Croatian immigrant who invented AC electricity and the electric motor among other things. (Web site)
  5. Nikola Tesla was a New Yorker, who lived and worked in New York City almost 60 years and died at Hotel New Yorker, in Manhattan, on January 7, 1943. (Web site)

Mozart

  1. Mozart is a 4 year old male who fell victim to a difficult situation.
  2. Mozart is a framework to create extensible development tools. (Web site)
  3. Mozart is the greatest composer of all. (Web site)
  4. Mozart is the highest, the culminating point that beauty has attained in the sphere of music. (Web site)
  5. 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)

Philosopher

  1. The philosopher is a lover of wisdom, and not actually wise. (Web site)
  2. The philosopher was born at Wrington, a village in Somerset, on August 29, 1632. (Web site)

Plato

  1. PLATO was selected because of the breadth and depth of the curriculum, its management features, and its reporting capabilities. (Web site)
  2. Plato is a Greek philosopher.
  3. Plato is a old philosopher.
  4. Plato is a philosopher.
  5. Plato is an advocate of State absolutism, such as existed in his time in Sparta. (Web site)

Rudolf Steiner

  1. Rudolf Steiner was a charismatic, spiritualistic lecturer.
  2. Rudolf Steiner was also led to recognize the new presence and activity of the Christ. (Web site)
  3. Rudolf Steiner was born in 1861 and died in 1925. (Web site)
  4. Rudolf Steiner was born in the small village of Kraljevec, Austria (now in Croatia) in 1861 and died in Dornach, Switzerland in 1925.
  5. Rudolf Steiner was both typical of messianic cult leaders and an exceptional case.

Scientists

  1. Black women scientists in the United States.
  2. The project's roots lay in scientists' fears since the 1930s that Nazi Germany was also investigating nuclear weapons of its own. (Web site)
  3. He continued to publish important physics papers, and was beginning to meet fellow scientists, for example, at the exclusive Solvay Conference. (Web site)

Sigmund Freud

  1. Sigmund Freud is a comprehensive and important introduction to a complex thinker.
  2. Sigmund Freud is a seminal figure in the history of human thought. (Web site)
  3. Sigmund Freud is a significant contributor in the history of ideas. (Web site)
  4. Sigmund Freud was a Viennese physician and the founder of Psychoanalysis. (Web site)
  5. Sigmund Freud was also both a blood uncle and an uncle-in-law to public relations and propaganda wizard Edward Bernays. (Web site)

Socrates

  1. Socrates is a horse. (Web site)
  2. Socrates is a human. (Web site)
  3. Socrates is a kookaburra.
  4. Socrates is a man and Robbie the Robot isn’t because Socrates has all sorts of manlike qualities that Robby the Robot lacks.
  5. Socrates is a man.

Thinking

  1. One might also object that the word "thinking" is up to interpretation and this presupposes standards for interpretation. (Web site)
  2. Thinking is the enemy of creativity. (Web site)

William Shakespeare

  1. William Shakespeare is a distant fourth with 1,689 translations. (Web site)
  2. William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, a small country town. (Web site)

Writing

  1. Writing is a deeper sleep than death---. (Web site)
  2. Writing is the only place I can be myself and not feel judged. (Web site)

Albert Einstein

  1. Albert Einstein is a classic example of the Manjushri archetype. (Web site)
  2. Albert Einstein is a perfect candidate.
  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 German [i]-born theoretical physicist [i]. (Web site)
  5. Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist who is widely considered one of the greatest physicists of all time. (Web site)

Clear Thinkers

  1. Thus, some of the Clear Thinkers had their works bought by religious folks and never published. (Web site)
  2. Let's just wait on the honest doubters and Clear Thinkers of the scientific world to dig in and find out what these things really are. (Web site)
  3. One distinctive quality found in clear thinkers is their willingness to examine their own initial assumptions and biases. (Web site)
  4. Clear Thinkers know that not hunting for truth is an insult and sin against God - if there be a Just God. (Web site)

Critical Thinkers

  1. Critical Thinkers is a club that urges students to critically analyze issues that affect them and the world.
  2. Critical thinkers are active, not passive.
  3. Critical thinkers are active, not passive.- They ask- questions and analyze. (Web site)
  4. Critical thinkers are by nature skeptical.
  5. Critical thinkers are aware of what ideas they are using in their thinking, where those ideas came from, and how to assess them.

Aristotle

  1. Aristotle is a full-service Internet firm with corporate offices located in Little Rock, Arkansas.
  2. Aristotle is a full-service interactive agency, offering award-winning web site development services and effective strategic planning since 1995.
  3. Aristotle is a good example. (Web site)
  4. Aristotle is a herb interaction mestinon.
  5. Aristotle is a much studied philosopher today, as well as debated and scrutinized. (Web site)

Genius

  1. A genius is a guy like Norman Einstein. (Web site)
  2. A genius is a person of great intelligence who shows an exceptional natural capacity of intellect, especially as shown in creative and original work. (Web site)
  3. A genius is a person who defies current expectations of what CAN be done.
  4. A genius is a person with distinguished mental abilities. (Web site)
  5. A genius is a person with distinguished mental prowess.

Beethoven

  1. Beethoven is a rocket to Mars (the God O' War planet, by the way, and not for nothing do I make that comment), and Mozart is a finely-tuned Ferrari. (Web site)
  2. Beethoven is a transistion figure in the history of western music. (Web site)
  3. Beethoven is a nice little dog flick with names such as Charles Grodin, Bonnie Hunt, and Dean Jones. (Web site)

Inference

  1. INFERENCE: a logical conclusion or a legitimate implication based on factual information.
  2. Inference: An inference is the conscious thought process that draws a conclusion based on the interpretation of assumptions. (Web site)

Cicero

  1. Cicero is a minor but by no means negligible figure in the history of Latin poetry.
  2. Cicero is a unique solution designed to provide rapid and seamless integration of disparate systems on end-user desktops. (Web site)
  3. Cicero is a unique solution to provide rapid and seamless integration of disparate systems on end-user desktops.
  4. Cicero was at this time his friend, for he had been useful to him in the conspiracy of Catiline, as one of his forwardest assistants and protectors. (Web site)
  5. Cicero was born in Arpinum and died in Rome. (Web site)

Inventors

  1. Inventors are encouraged to participate in the process and will be kept informed of progress. (Web site)
  2. Inventors are exceedingly tenacious, and will not yield to corrections unless furnished with substantial testimony. (Web site)
  3. Inventors are given three months to respond to an Office Action. (Web site)
  4. Inventors are sometimes very effective at taking the lead in commercialising their own inventions. (Web site)
  5. Inventors are those who conceive of and reduce an invention to practice. (Web site)

Lawyers

  1. Lawyers are not required or allowed to pay a fee to be listed.
  2. Lawyers are not unique.
  3. Lawyers are obliged to bill their time accurately; an unethical lawyer can pad hours as easily in the office as at home.

Learners

  1. A WebQuest is an inquiry-oriented activity in which most or all of the information used by learners is drawn from the Web. (Web site)
  2. E-learning courses and other educational resources for distance learners.
  3. The Alternative Dictionaries - Slang for foreign-language learners, with definitions in English. (Web site)
  4. Culturally sensitive instructional practices for African-America learners with disabilities.
  5. You can watch better versions of this on YOUTUBE. However,I tried literal translation of Japanese for Japanese-language learners.

Confucius

  1. Confucius was a Chinese philosopher who was born in 551 BCE. Confucius is a corruption of the name K'ung Fu-tzu. (Web site)
  2. Confucius was a sage, or a very wise man. (Web site)
  3. Confucius was also careful to instruct his followers that they should never neglect the offerings due Heaven. (Web site)
  4. Confucius was born Chiu King, the youngest of eleven children, about 550 B.C., in the principality of Lu, which is located in present-day Shantung. (Web site)
  5. Confucius was born in 551 B.C. in the feudal State of Lu, a portion of what is now the province of Shangtung on the north-eastern seaboard of China. (Web site)

Non-Critical Thinkers

  1. Non-critical thinkers are likely to make decisions which are bad for themselves and for those around them. (Web site)

Copernicus

  1. Copernicus is a XAML Browser Application (XBAP), a kind of WPF application that can be hosted in browser.
  2. Copernicus is a mere 800 million years old.
  3. Copernicus was not particularly interested in observing the sky but he was devoted to Pythagorean mathematics. (Web site)
  4. Copernicus was reluctant to commit his theory to print. (Web site)

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