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Seneca (4 - 65) -- Roman statesman, tragic poet, and Stoic philosopher; one of the leading writers in the Silver Age of Latin literature
Immanuel Kant (1724 - 1804) -- the most important philosopher of modern times, Kant argued that man is capable of posessing synthetic a priori knowledge, which is independent of experience; in morality, he proposed the famous 'categorical imperative'
William Ockham (1285 - 1347) -- English Franciscan philosopher who argued in favour of nominalism
Plato (429 - 347) -- Ancient Greek philosopher; student of Socrates and author of philosophical dialogues that are prominent in the study of Western culture.
Gaston Leroux (1868 - 1927) -- French mystery novelist and playwright, remembered for his Phantom of the Opera