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English philosopher, statesman, and author. Steel engraving, English, 19th century.
Dutch philosopher. Bronze bust by Moissaye Marans, early 20th century.
Assumed name of Francois Marie Arouet. French man of letters
(1889-1951). British (Austrian born) philosopher.
Frontispiece and title page of a 1717 edition of 'Logic; or, the Art of Thinking
Greek philosopher of late 5th and 4th century B.C. Copper engraving, English, 18th cent.
Also known as ibn-Rushd: lithograph, French, 19th century.
Cicero pronouncing his first oration against Catiline in the Roman Senate in 64 B
(1469-1527). Italian statesman and political philosopher
(106-43 B.C.). Roman orator, statesman, and philosopher. 'The Young Cicero Reading
Greek mathematician and inventor. Archimedes' invention of a system of mirrors
HERMIT'S HUT, 1922.
Limestone head from Gandhara (northwest Pakistan), 4th -5th century A.D.
Arabic physician and philosopher. Avicenna massaging a patient
(c1225-1274). Italian scholastic philosopher. Fresco by Giovanni da Fiesole, known as Fra Angelico
(1813-1855). Danish philosopher. Drawing, c1845, by Peter Klaestrup
Chinese philosopher. Ink rubbing from a Chinese stele found at Xian, 1734.
(1860-1935). American feminist, writer, and reformer. Photograph, c1900.
(1803-1882). American philosopher and man of letters. Photographed in London in 1873.
(1863-1952). American poet and philosopher. Photographed, c1950.
Title-page of Thomas Paine's pamphlet 'Common Sense,' which urged Americans
Also known as ibn-Rushd. Spanish-Arabian philosopher and physician
(1861-1941). Hindu artist, philosopher and writer.
Socrates teaching the people in the Agora: engraving, 19th century, after a bas-relief.
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