Thomas Jefferson

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In existographies, Thomas Jefferson (212-129 BE) (1743-1826 ACM) (IQ:190|#35) (ID:2.29|83) (Cattell 1000:79) (RGM:78|1,350+) (PR:44|65AE / politician:7) (Washington 23|#) (FA:110) (CR:236) (LH:11) (TL:247) was an American politician, president, and philosopher, noted for []


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The following are quotes by Jefferson:

Bacon, Locke, and Newton are the three greatest men that have ever lived, without any exception.”
— Thomas Jefferson (1789), “Letter to John Trubull”
I feel: therefore I exist. I feel bodies which are not myself: there are other existences then. I call them matter. I feel them changing place. This gives me motion. Where there is an absence of matter, I call it void, or nothing, or immaterial space. On the basis of sensation, of matter and motion, we may erect the fabric of all the certainties we can have or need.”
— Thomas Jefferson (1820), “Letter to John Adams”, Aug 15 [1]

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  1. Jefferson, Thomas. (1820). “Letter to John Adams”, Aug 15.

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