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Thomas Aquinas (1224 - 1274) -- medieval philosopher-theologian who attempted to synthesise Aristotle with the doctrines of the Church
Bruno Bauer (1809 - 1882) -- German writer and historian, whose philosophical position can be described as Left Hegelian
Ludwig Andreas Feuerbach (1804 - 1872) -- a 'Left Hegelian' commentator and critic on Hegel
Arthur B. Reeve (1880 - 1936) -- American author of mystery fiction
Dante Alighieri (1265 - 1321) -- Italian poet, philosopher whose epic poem The Divine Comedy is the greatest and most influential of medieval poetry.