Thomas Kingsmill Abbott

Abbott was an Irish scholar who wrote on Irish history and the philosophy of Kant.

H.B. Acton

H.B. Acton (1908-1974) taught at Bedford College (London), the University of Edinburgh, and the University of Chicago; was editor of Philosophy, the influential journal of the British Royal Institute of Philosophy; and wrote, among other books, The Morals of Markets (1971; Liberty Fund, 1993) and The Philosophy of Language in Revolutionary France (1959).

John Emerich Edward Dalberg, Lord Acton

Lord Acton (1834-1902) was one of the great historians of the Victorian period and one of the greatest classical liberal historians of all time. His theme was “the history of liberty” and even though he was never able to complete his magnum opus of that name he did write numerous essays, book reviews, and lectures. He also was the inspiration behind the multi-volume Cambridge Modern History.

Alphabetical by Last Name

Thomas Kingsmill Abbott
H.B. Acton
John Emerich Edward Dalberg, Lord Acton
Charles Francis Adams
Henry Adams
John Adams
John Quincy Adams
Joseph Addison
Jonathan H. Adler
Mortimer J. Adler
Aeschylus
Thomas Ahnert
K Narayanaswami Aiyar
Mustafa Akyol
Armen A. Alchian
Jean Le Rond d’ Alembert
Rev. B.H. Alford
Maulvi Muhammed Ali
Syed Nawab Ali
William Richard Allen
William Barclay Allen
William Talbot Allison
Johannes Althusius
John Alvis
Elizabeth Amato
Ambrose
Amos
Rasmus B. Anderson
Charles M. Andrews
Saint Anselm
Marcus Aurelius Antoninus
Joyce Oldham Appleby
St. Thomas Aquinas
Arthur John Arberry
Archimedes
Aristophanes
Aristotle
David Armitage
Thomas Henry Arnold (the younger)
Sir William James Ashley
Robert Ashton
Saint Francis of Assisi
Edward Atkinson
Saint Augustine
Edward Aveling
Averroes (Ibn Rushd)
Avicenna
Manuel Ayau
National Anti-Corn Law League