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(6) 427 - 347 B.C. From an aristocratic and wealthy family in Athens. Disciple of Socrates.
Søren Kierkegaard
(7) 1813 - 1855, Danish philosopher and Christian thinker. Highly critical of Hegel and other intellectuals. Often considered the first "existentialist."
Arthur Schopenhauer
(8) 1788 - 1860. German philosopher. Especially emphasized the concept of "Will." Influenced by Indian philosophy.
Edmund Husserl
(9) 1859 - 1938. Czech/German who established the school of phenomenology.
Baruch Spinoza
(10) 1632 - 1677. Dutch philosopher whose greatness was not recognized until many years after his death. Made a living as a highly respected lens-grinder.