Ordered by name. Order by date of birth
Edna Ferber (1887 - 1968) -- American writer, remembered for her depictions of early 20th century life.
Ludwig Andreas Feuerbach (1804 - 1872) -- a 'Left Hegelian' commentator and critic on Hegel.
Johann Gottlieb Fichte (1762 - 1814) -- the first post-Kantian German idealist.
Marsilio Ficino (1433 - 1499) -- Italian, who produced translations of all Plato's works, and wrote influential commentaries on them.
F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896 - 1940) -- American novelist who captured the moral decadance of the 1930 post-war Jazz Age..
Gustave Flaubert (1821 - 1880) -- author of the early 19th century whose perfection of a naturalistic and precisionary style has made him legendary..
Edward M. Forster (1879 - 1970) -- notable English novelist.
Michel Foucault (1926 - 1984) -- French poststructuralist philosopher, who sought to reveal power relationships in society by so-called 'archaeologies' of the past.
John Robert Fowles (1926 - 0) -- novelist whose works combine psychological with social and philosophical aspect of human behaviour.
Anatole France (1844 - 1924) -- pseudonym of Jacques Anatole FranÃƒÂ§ois Thibault; novelist, Nobel laureate.
Vitoria Francisco de (1480 - 1546) -- best remembered for his arguments for a system of international law based on natural law.
Mary Freeman (1852 - 1930) -- American writer.
Gottlob Frege (1848 - 1925) -- the most important modern logician and philosopher of mathematics.
Robert Frost (1874 - 1963) -- Controversial American poet famous for poems depicting nature and his use of colloquial American speech..
Galilei Galileo (1564 - 1642) -- astronomer, physicist, who pioneered the mathematical approach to physics and promoted independent scientific inquiry.
Elizabeth Gaskell (1810 - 1865) -- skillful English novelist, a contemporary and friend of Dickens and Charlotte BrontÃƒÂ«.
David Gemmell (1948 - 0) -- Fantasies Best, A Writer Without Compare.
al- Ghazali (1058 - 1111) -- Ash'arite philosopher-theologian.
William Godwin (1756 - 1836) -- English writer and philosopher, who believed that, since people acted according to reason, we could live in a society without laws.
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749 - 1832) -- German poet, playwright, novelist, scientist and philosopher.
Nikolai Gogol (1809 - 1852) -- Russian writer of masterful plays, short stories, and novels.
William Golding (1911 - 1993) -- British novelist who explored the dark places in human nature, winning the Nobel Prize for literature.
Oliver Goldsmith (1774 - 1728) -- Anglo-Irish dramatist, poet, and novelist.
Maxim Gorky (1868 - 1936) -- Russian prose writer and playwright, of the Soviet era.
Kenneth Grahame (1859 - 1932) -- writer of children's stories, most famous for his The Wind in the Willows.