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  • She studied the nature and development of spiritual consciousness in the sphere of Sentio.

  • He said that human beings are simply aspects of the infinity of God.

  • He argued the existence of God, argument from design.

  • Anne Hathaway was his wife.

  • He sees politics as a power game where might and right are simply ways to achieve an end.

  • He advocated for a methodical interrogation of natural phenomenon.

  • Tabula Rasa

  • Emergence of consciousness and the dialectic.

  • Master of parables.

  • Material Dialectic and sense of being.

  • Divided being into two realms: being for-itself (nothingness) and being in-itself (everything else).

  • He used nonviolent resistance and love in India’s campaign for independence.

  • He sought to find an objective basis for all knowledge with inkblots.

  • Time is what can be measured now-no-longer and now-not-yet. He had no way to measure now.

  • Committed to Christian Anarchy.

  • He tried to create an objective unchanging basis for all knowledge with his theory of forms.

  • Known for irony.

  • Walden’s Pond.

  • He studied a vacuum and made a wager on the existence of God.

  • “Being and Time”.

  • “The Old Man and the Sea”.

  • Objectivism.

  • He studied the effect of the body on consciousness.

  • Coined the word Differance.

  • Fell in love with Heidegger.

  • Attended Ecole Normale Superieure.

  • “For me the only things of interest are those linked to the heart,” to Sentio.

  • Played Varinia a slave from Britannia in Spartacus.

  • A devout atheist and Marxist early on, she gave up on political ideologies and became a Christian Mystic.

  • “I freed a thousand slaves and could have freed a thousand more if only they’d known they were slaves.”

  • He led the transcendentalist movement in the mid-19th century.

  • Used peace and love to lead the American Civil Rights Movement.

  • He sparked the Protestant Reformation.

  • Created three elements to describe the human mind: Id, Ego, and Superego.

  • His statue guards the Louvre in Paris.

  • He’s buried in Oxford, England.

  • He contributed to the Vienna Circle.

  • He originated quantum theory by observing red to orange to blue color changes as temperature rises.

  • Objects experienced in our minds are phenomena and objects as they exist in the world are noumena.

  • When humans left nature, they gave up their freedoms and fell under the spell of dictators.

  • American transcendentalist.

  • Sartre referred to him as Uncle Al.

  • “Language, Truth, and Logic” and “Foundations of Empirical Knowledge”- sense data, Sentio.

  • Proposed a mathematical model as an objective basis for all knowledge.

  • Proposed that pictures underpinned the meaning that words convey.

  • He explained how creativity and imagination are involved in problem solving and innovation.

  • Pragmatic Truth.

  • The father of American Psychology.

  • “Brave New World”.

  • George Orwell.

  • Father of existentialism.

  • Catholic existentialist.

  • Wrote “Birth of the Clinic” and died of AIDS.

  • The arithmetic of pleasure, Utilitarianism, and the Panopticon.

  • Considered the greatest empiricist.

  • The will to power.

  • Res Cogitans.

  • Absurdity of meaning.

  • A devout atheist early in her life, she died a martyr and later a saint. She wrote Sentient Causality and The Problem with Empathy. My favorite thinker of all.

  • "Man's Search For Meaning". A neurologist and psychiatrist. A profound thinker about internal freedom and the will for meaning. A survivor of Auschwitz. Created LOGO therapy.


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