Aristotle

Aristotle was an ancient Greek philosopher who set up a rival academy, The Lyceum, to challenge Plato’s Academy. Aristotle wrote influential works in a range of disciplines - politics, physics, ethics, economics - and had a profound impact on Western thought.

Antonio Ghislanzoni

Ghislanzoni was a writer, especially of libretti for opera. He was inspired by the liberal ideas of Mazzini during the 1848 revolution. He wrote scores of opera libretti in particular Verdi’s Aida (he also worked on The Force of Destiny and Don Carlos).

Heinrich Rommen

Heinrich Rommen was a Catholic German lawyer who practised in Germany during the Weimar Republic before fleeing to the United States in 1938. He taught in Germany and England before concluding his distinguished scholarly career at Georgetown University.

Alphabetical by Last Name

Thomas Kingsmill Abbott
H.B. Acton
John Emerich Edward Dalberg, Lord Acton
Charles Francis Adams
Henry Adams
John Adams
John Quincy Adams
Joseph Addison
Mortimer J. Adler
Aeschylus
Thomas Ahnert
K Narayanaswami Aiyar
Armen A. Alchian
Jean Le Rond d’ Alembert
Rev. B.H. Alford
Maulvi Muhammed Ali
Syed Nawab Ali
William B. Allen
William R. Allen
William Talbot Allison
Richard Alm
Johannes Althusius
John Alvis
Ambrose
Amos
Rasmus B. Anderson
Terry L. Anderson
Charles M. Andrews
Saint Anselm
Marcus Aurelius Antoninus
Joyce Oldham Appleby
St. Thomas Aquinas
Arthur J. Arberry
Archimedes
Aristophanes
Aristotle
David Armitage
Thomas Arnold
Sir William James Ashley
Robert Ashton
Anders Åslund
Saint Francis of Assisi
Edward Atkinson
Saint Augustine
Edward Aveling
Averroes (Ibn Rushd)
Manuel Ayau
National Anti-Corn Law League