David "Fuzzy" Garber (aka David Roberto) (donfuzzy) wrote in cleveland_core,
David "Fuzzy" Garber (aka David Roberto)
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Personally, these are the people I think you should be learning about in CORE.

Friedrich Nietzsche
David Hume
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
The Romantics, Transcendentalists and Bohemians
Buddha
Jesus
Muhammed
Michel Foucault
Helen Keller
Emma Goldman
Booker T. Washington
W.E.B. DuBois
John Locke
Adam Smith
Plato
Socrates
Aristotle
Sigmund Freud
G.W.F. Hegel (if and only if you can teach his philosophy right)
Jean-Paul Sartre
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Malcolm X
Che Guevara
Alfred Kinsey
Bell Hooks
Adolf Hitler
Thomas Aquinas
Karl Marx
Charles Darwin
Albert Einstein
Immanuel Kant
William Shakespeare
Anton LaVey (in my opinion, you have no buisness teaching people about christianity, without also teaching them about satanism)
Brigham Young
Ludwig Wittgenstein
Richard Rorty
Ed Roberts
Gene Roddenberry
Niccolo Machiavelli
Soren Kirkkegard
Noam Chomsky
Fyodor Dostoyevsky
The Intelligence Movement

I'm adding two more...
George Washington
Thomas Jefferson
(No other Founding American Fathers, just those two, for their literary contributions and their philosophical contributions to Modern American Thought.)

I probably could name a few more, but these are my top choices.
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