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List of deists

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  • Al-Maʿarri (973–1058), was a blind Arab philosopher, poet and writer, and a controversial rationalist.[1]
  • Anaxagoras (c. 500–428 BC), Pre-Socratic Greek philosopher.[2]
  • [[Andreial and African Studies, University of London, Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 58–81 (1957), p. 66. JSTOR
  • Brett Gurewitz (1962–), guitarist and songwriter for the American punk rock band Bad Religion[6]
  • Antony Flew (1923–2010), British philosopher and prominent former atheist[7]
  • Alexander Pope (1688–1744), English poet during the eighteenth century
  • Adam Smith (1723–90), Scottish Philosopher and economist, considered the father of modern economics[8]
  • Al-Maʿarri (973–1058), was a blind Arab philosopher, poet and writer, and a controversial rationalist.[13]
  • [[Andrei

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, dissident and human rights activist.[15]

  • Antony Flew (1923–2010), British philosopher and prominent former atheist[16]
  • Alexander Pope (1688–1744), English poet during the eighteenth century
  • Adam Smith (1723–90), Scottish Philosopher and economist, considered the father of modern economics[17]
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