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Dante Alighieri (1265 - 1321) -- Italian poet, philosopher whose epic poem The Divine Comedy is the greatest and most influential of medieval poetry.
John Buridan (1295 - 1360) -- nominalist philosopher of the Middle Ages who was especially concerned about questions of logic and theology
Leucippus (400 - 400) -- less famous than his successor, Democritus, Leucippus is credited with being the co-founder of atomism
James F. Cooper (1789 - 1851) -- influential early American novelist
Sir Thomas More (1477 - 1535) -- English statesman and writer