Becker 139

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In genius studies, Becker 139 (Becker 139:#) is a meta-analysis ranking, made by American lister John Becker (c.2019), made by combining 20 lists of greatest "philosophers" (see: greatest philosopher ever), keen on the subject of philosophy, from books and online listing, albeit these are not disclosed, and combining into a ranked listing, ranked according to the number of times a given individual’s name reoccurs on multiple lists, wherein those with same number list ranks are ordered chronologically.

Overview

The following names reoccur on 19 to 14 lists, respectively, according to the 10 Apr 2020 revision of the Becker 139; the box icon " ", next to names, indicates that those individuals either are not "real", not in Hmolpedia, or do not have their (Becker 160:#) shortcut key slated by their name, e.g. in top 2000 rankings:

19 lists 18 lists 17 lists 16 lists 15 lists 14 lists
1. Plato

2. Aristotle

3. Rene Descartes

4. Immanuel Kant

5. Thomas Hobbes

6. John Locke

7. David Hume

8. Friedrich Nietzsche

9. Thomas Aquinas

10. Benedict Spinoza

11. Jean Rousseau

12. Karl Marx

13. Jean Sartre

14. Socrates

15. Augustine

16. John Mill

17. Ludwig Wittgenstein

The following names reoccur on 13 to 8 lists, respectively, according to the 10 Apr 2020 revision of the Becker 139:

13 lists 12 lists 11 lists 10 lists 9 lists 8 lists
18. Gottfried Leibniz

19. Georg Hegel

20. Confucius | Not real

21. Arthur Schopenhauer

22. Soren Kierkegaard

23. Bertrand Russell

24. Martin Heidegger

25. Simone Beauvoir

26. Francis Bacon

27. William James

28. Edmund Husserl

29. Niccolo Machiavelli

30. George Berkeley

31. Avicenna

32. Voltaire

33. Jeremy Bentham

34. John Dewey

35. Hannah Arendt

36. Michel Foucault

37. Lao Tzu | Not real

38. Parmenides

39. Epicurus

40. Willard Quine

The following names reoccur on 13 to 8 lists, respectively, according to the 10 Apr 2020 revision of the Becker 139:

7 lists 6 lists 5 lists 4 lists 3 lists
41. Heraclitus

42. Marcus Aurelius

43. Plotinus

44. Averroes

45. Auguste Comte

46. Karl Popper

47. Mozi

48. Mencius

49. Anselm of Canterbury

50. Blaise Pascal

51. Charles Peirce

52. Gottlob Frege

53. George Moore

54. Albert Camus

55. John Rawls

56. Jurgen Habermas

57. Noam Chomsky

58. Jacques Derrida

59. Richard Rorty

60. Saul Kripke

61. Buddha | Not real

62. Zeno of Elea

63. Sun Tzu

64. Adi Shankara

65. Ramanuja

66. Al-Ghazali

67. Duns Scotus

68. William of Ockham

69. Charles Montesquieu

70. Denis Diderot

71. Mary Wollstonecraft

72. Henri Bergson

73. Alfred Whitehead

74. Rudolf Carnap

75. Theodor Adorno

76. Peter Singer

77. Judith Butler

78. Pythagoras

79. Democritus

80. Zhuang Zhou

81. Patanjali

82. Seneca the Younger

83. Nagarjuna

84. Boethius

85. Al-Fababi

86. Peter Abelard

87. Zhu Xi

88. Maimonides

89. Nichiren

90. Wang Yangming

91. Thomas Paine

92. Mao Zedong

93. Maurice Ponty

94. Gilles Deleuze

95. Slovoj Zizek

96. Zoroaster | Not real

97. Thales

98. Kanada

99. Mahavira

100. Diogenes the Cynic

101. Chanakya

102. Zeno of Citium

103. Xun Kuang

104. Han Fei

105. Cicero

106. Lucretius

107. Sextus Empiricus

108. Vasubandhu

109. Hypatia

110. Honen

111. Shinran

112. Dogen

113. Madhvacharya

114. Desiderius Erasmus

115. Thomas More

116. Johann Fichte

117. Friedrich Schelling

118. Herbert Spencer

119. Sigmund Freud

120. George Santayana

121. Sun Yat-sen

122. Mohandas Gandhi

123. Nishida Kitaro

124. Ramana Maharshi

125. Hans Gadamer

126. Ayn Rand

127. Claude Strauss

128. Simone Weil

129. Donald Davidson

130. Elizabeth Anscombe

131. Thomas Kuhn

132. Judith Thomson

133. Luce Irigaray

134. Amartya Sen

135. Thomas Nagel

136. Robert Nozick

137. John McDowell

138. Martha Nussbaum

139. Cornel West

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