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Other Focuses Database

Introduction to Other Focuses Database

ListsChapter FocusesFocus CategoriesName IndexPresent Focus Index

Mathematicians, Scientists & Philosophers

Class abbreviations: F: focus, OE: observing Essence, OEL: observing lifetime, CP: counterpart

Other FocusFocus/Essence NameClassDescriptionGroupLocationCenturySession
SamuelPaul/PaneusFScientist, experienced in interdimensional portals; 2146Group 1: Future Focus
Book: Futurefocus
2101 - 2200 AD1510
ThomasJon/SungFFuture focus works on projects involving bridging this dimension and others; 25th centuryGroup 1: Future Focus
Book: Futurefocus
after 2301 AD1278
Graham, LionelMarta/BourjnFAnthropologist & historian; 1800sAustralia1801 - 1900 AD1479
von Foerster, HeinzJens/RanatadOEPhysicist and philosopher; developer of the Radical Constructivism (together with Ernst von Glasersfeld)Austria and USA1901 - 2000 AD1261
Popper, Sir KarlJens/RanatadOELPhilosopherAustria1901 - 2000 AD1400
Kammerer, PaulFran/SandelFWell known Austrian biologist who studied Lamarckian inheritance - the notion that organisms may acquire characteristics and pass them on to their offspring. He was accused of falsifying the results of his experiments on the Midwife toad and was publicly humiliated and his work discredited. He committed suicide 6 weeks later. It is now thought that his experiment was sabotaged by either Nazi sympathizers (he was an outspoken pacifist and Socialist) or pro-Darwinian zoologists, who detested the possibility of Lamarckianism being valid. Kammerer also collected coincidences and his resulting theory of Seriality was widely quoted by Carl Jung in his essay on Syncronicity; 1880-1926Austria1900 AD
Lao-TsuEliasOEChinese philosopherGroup 1: Ancient Religions
Book: Buddha
China700 - 601 BC
ZhuangziMarta/BourjnFAn influential Chinese philosopher who lived around the 4th century BCE during the Warring States Period, corresponding to the Hundred Schools of Thought philosophical summit of Chinese thought. His name is sometimes spelled Chuang Tsu, Zhuang Tze, or Chuang Tse. China400 - 301 BC
Tesla, NikolaJon/SungOEWorld-renowned inventor, physicist, mechanical engineer, and electrical engineer; 1856-1943Croatia and USA1900 AD1463
Kierkegaard, SorenDon/AllardOEWriter and philosopher, known as the 'father of existentialism'; 1813-1855Denmark1801 - 1900 AD
Kierkegaard, Søren AabyeDenise/AzuraFborn: 5 May 1813; died: 11 November 1855 - Danish philosopher, theologian, poet, social critic, and religious author. He wrote critical texts on organized religion, Christendom, morality, ethics, psychology and philosophy of religion, displaying a fondness for metaphor, irony and parables. He is widely considered to be the first existentialist philosopher.Denmark1801 - 1900 AD
Hypatia of AlexandriaDawn/AwanOEMathematician, astronomer, and Platonic philosopher; murdered in 415 by Christian mob; 375-415Group 1: Christianity
Egypt400 AD
Faraday, MichaelSid/CalumFBritish physicist and chemist; made contributions in electromagnetic theory, electrochemistry, organic chemistry; 1791-1867England1800 AD
Talbot, William Henry FoxMarta/BourjnOEEnglish Mathematician, Philosopher, Egypttologist, Physicist, and also transcriber of Syrian and Caldean cuneiform texts; 1800-1877England1801 - 1900 AD1479
Handy, CharlesCoen/DelaitreOESocial philosopher & management consultant; noted for his studies of organizations and his far-reaching ideas on the future work and business structures; b. 1932England1901 - 2000 AD1535
Russell, BertrandAlexi/AlexiOEBritish philosopher, logician, mathematician, writer, and advocate for social reform; 1872-1970England1900 AD
Leadbeater, Charles WebsterLynda/RutherFAn English clergyman, author, clairvoyant, and prominent early member of the Theosophical Society. In 1885 he traveled to Sri Lanka with Henry Steel Olcott/Olivia; 1854-1934 Group 1: Theosophy
England and Australia1900 AD1329
Darwin, Charles RobertRobert/FrancineOEEnglish naturalist who established that all species of life have descended over time from common ancestors, and proposed the scientific theory that this branching pattern of evolution resulted from a process that he called natural selection; 1809-1882England1801 - 1900 AD
Newton, Sir IsaacTiana/AudaneOELEnglish physicist and mathematician widely regarded as one of the most influential scientists of all time and as a key figure in the scientific revolution; 1642-1727England and Australia1700 AD
Curie, MarieDawn/AwanOEPolish-born French chemist; 1867-1937 France1900 AD1344
Sartre, Jean-PaulJon/SungFFrench philosopher, dramatist, artist; 1905-1960France1901 - 2000 AD1295
Plantier, WalterMarta/BourjnFAmateur physicist; holds passion in finding out the origin of the UniverseFrance1801 - 1900 AD1285
Eiffel, Alexandre GustaveLynda/RutherOELFrench engineer, noted constructor of bridges & viaducts; designed the Eiffel Tower & internal structure of the Statue of Liberty; 1832-1923France1900 AD
Eiffel, Alexandre GustaveDaryl/AshrahOELFrench engineer, noted constructor of bridges & viaducts; designed the Eiffel Tower & internal structure of the Statue of Liberty; 1832-1923France1901 - 2000 AD
Curie, PierreMarta/BourjnOEFrench physicist, married to Marie Curie; 1859-1906France1900 AD1557
Curie, ClaireJens/RanatadFMother-in-law of Marie Curie; initiating focusFrance1801 - 1900 AD1400
Pascal, BlaiseMarta/BourjnFFrench Mathematician, Physicist (1623-1662)France1601 - 1700 AD
Montesquieu, Charles de SecondatCoen/DelaitreFMontesquieu (January 18, 1689 in Bordeaux – February 10, 1755), was a French social commentator and political thinker who lived during the Enlightenment. He is famous for his articulation of the theory of separation of powers (Trias Politica), taken for granted in modern discussions of government and implemented in many constitutions throughout the world.France1700 AD2200
Diderot, DenisMarta/BourjnFFrench philosopher and writer. He was a friend of Voltaire and Madame Pompadur, a prominent figure in the Enlightenment, and editor-in-chief of the famous Encyclopédie; 1713-1784 France1701 - 1800 AD
Chatelet, Emilie duMarta/BourjnOELGabrielle Émilie Le Tonnelier de Breteuil, Marquise du Châtelet/Ogean, a French mathematician, physicist, author and long-time companion of Voltaire; 1706-1749 France1701 - 1800 AD
Rousseau, Jean JacqueDuarte/NeuieOEJean Jacques Rousseau, philosopher of the Enlightenment whose political philosophy influenced the French Revolution; 1712-1778Group 1: French Revolution
France1701 - 1800 AD2450
NostradamusWynn/ZaiOEFrench apothecary and reputed seer who published collections of prophesies that have become famous worldwide; 1503-1566 France1501 - 1600 AD
Thomasius, ChristianFran/SandelFGerman educator, writer, jurist, and the principal philosophical writer of the beginning stage of the German Enlightenment; 1655-1728Germany1700 AD
Einstein, ElsaJens/RanatadCPFirst wife and cousin of Albert Einstein; 1876-1936 Counterpart during entire focusGermany and USA1900 AD1400
Winterle-Einstein, MariaJens/RanatadOESister of Albert EinsteinGermany1901 - 2000 AD1400
Einstein, EduardLaura/OphioeOEson of Albert EinsteinGermany1901 - 2000 AD
Einstein, AlbertJens/SamiraOEGerman/Swiss Nobel Prize winning physicist; 1875-1955Germany and USA1900 AD1753
Einstein, AlbertAnne/MoniqueOELGerman/Swiss Nobel Prize winning physicist famous for his 'Theory of Relativity'; 1875-1955Germany and USA1900 AD1301
Mueller, WilhelmLisa/Taulyn (Yaulyn)FNazi experimenter on animalsGroup 1: WW II - 3rd Reich
Book: WorldWarII
Germany1901 - 2000 AD910
Röntgen, Wilhelm ConradTimo/EverettFA German physicist and winner of the first Nobel Prize in Physics in 1901; 1845-1923Germany1900 AD
Kepler, JohannesRob/JannFGerman mathematician, astronomer, astrologer & key figure in the 17th century astronomical revolution. He is best known for his laws of planetary motion, codified by later astronomers based on his works. Assistant to Tycho Brahe/Ogean. 1571–1630Germany1600 AD
Herder, Johann GottfriedMaria/PhashkaFGerman philosopher, poet, and literary critic. He is associated with the periods of Enlightenment, Sturm und Drang, and Weimar Classicism; 1744-1803 Germany1701 - 1800 AD
Einstein, AlbertKatrin/DuncanOETheoretical physicist, philosopher and author who is widely regarded as one of the most influential and best known scientists and intellectuals of all time; 1879-1955Germany and USA1901 - 2000 AD
AristotleDebi/OonaOEGreek philosopher; 384-322 B.C. Group 1: Ancient Greece
Greece400 - 301 BC1169
Mythe-Mythos/MiAnjuli/MyrandaOEDisciple of Pythagoras; abt. 550 B.C. Group 1: Ancient Greece
Greece600 - 501 BC
HeracleitusMarta/BourjnFGreek philosopher; today considered to be father of metaphysics; 540-480 B.C.Group 1: Ancient Greece
Greece500 - 401 BC1412
ApolloniusMarta/BourjnOE(Also counterpart) Greek philosopher Group 1: Ancient Greece
Greece0 - 100 AD1412
PythagorasPatelFGreek philosopher & mathematician; 500-580 B.C.Group 1: Ancient Greece
Greece600 - 501 BC1462
EuclidSid/CalumFGreek/Egyptian mathematician and author of the mathematical treatise 'Elements' - known as 'The Father of Geometry'. Greece and Egypt300 - 201 BC1536
TheophrastusMarta/BourjnOEGreek philosopher & student of Aristotle, who preserved his writings; 372-287 B.C.Group 1: Ancient Greece
Greece300 BC1557
IsidorusMarta/BourjnFGreek Philosopher and husband of Hypatia of Alexandria. Greece400 AD
-Maria/PhashkaFStudent of PlatoGroup 1: Ancient Greece
Greece400 BC1598
AristotleDebby/HarrisonOELGreek philosopher, a student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great/Malhai. He wrote on many different subjects, including physics, metaphysics, poetry, theater, music, logic, rhetoric, politics, government, ethics, biology and zoology. 384 BC-322 BCGroup 1: Ancient Greece
Greece400 - 301 BC
LeucippusDebby/HarrisonFAncient Greek Philosopher. Aristotle & Theophrastus/Ogean explicitly credit Leucippus with the invention of atomism: the idea that everything is composed entirely of various imperishable, indivisible elements called atoms. 5th century BCGroup 1: Ancient Greece
Greece500 - 401 BC
Von Neumann, JohnSid/CalumOEMathematician who founded game theory; made contributions to quantum theory; participated in the development of the atomic bomb and the first computerHungary and USA1901 - 2000 AD1536
Berkeley, GeorgeDaryl/AshrahOEOne of the 3 most famous 18th century British Empiricists; 1685-1753Ireland and England1700 AD1442
Machiavelli, NicoloSid/CalumOEItalian statesman and political philospher; 1469-1527 A.D. Group 1: Italian Renaissance
Italy1500 AD
Fermi, EnricoJenny/EmilioFPhysicist who helped develop the A-Bomb Group 1: WW II
Italy1901 - 2000 AD
Galileo (Galilei)Mark/BaruchOEItalian astronomer & physicist; 1564-1642 Group 1: Italian Renaissance
Italy1600 AD1344
Seneca, Lucius AnneausFran/SandelOERoman philosopher/orator/writer; tutor to Nero; 4 B.C.-65 A.D.Group 1: Roman Empire
Book: roman
Italy0 - 100 AD1445
Bruno, GiodanoDawn/AwanOE16th century Italian philosopher and astronomerGroup 1: Catholicism
Italy1501 - 1600 AD
Seneca, Lucius AnnaeusMarta/BourjnFRoman philosopher, dramatist and stateman who tutored Nero; directing essence is Bourjn; born in Spain, 4 B.C-65 A.DGroup 1: Roman Empire
Book: roman
Italy0 - 100 AD1557
Giacomini, BernardoMarta/BourjnOEItalian mathematician in the 12th CenturyItaly1101 - 1200 AD1557
Paolini, FrancescoMarta/BourjnOE(Also Counterpart) Scholar in Florence during the 1600s.Italy1601 - 1700 AD1682
Machiavelli, NiccolòCoen/DelaitreFNiccolò di Bernardo dei Machiavelli (May 3, 1469 – June 21, 1527) was an Italian political philosopher, musician, poet, and romantic comedic playwright. He is most widely known for his treatises on realist political theory (The Prince).Group 1: Italian Renaissance
Italy1500 AD2200
TumacMarta/BourjnOEMayan mathematician and astronomer, who created the Mayan calendar in 200 B.C.Group 1: Maya Civilization
Mexico200 - 101 BC1557
-Tracy/RafaelaFLover of Balthazar, one of the three wise men (magi) from the east who were said to have visited the baby Jesus by following a star to Bethlehem.Group 1: Biblical-New Testament
Book: Judea
Middle East and Judea0 BC
Spinoza, BaruchMark/BaruchFDutch Philosopher; 1632-1677 Netherlands1601 - 1700 AD1344
al-Khwarizmi, Muhammad ibn MusaJenner/TarmakFPersian scholar and mathematician (780?-850? A.D.) He wrote his Al-jabr wa'l muqabala -- from which our modern word 'algebra' comes from Persia801 - 900 AD1513
PlotinusMarta/BourjnOERoman Philosopher b.205-270 A.D. founder of the Neoplatonism, who spoke of Pythagorian and Platonic wisdoms.Group 1: Ancient Rome
Rome201 - 300 AD1682
Clerk-Maxwell, JamesRobert/FrancineFScottish physicist who produced revolutionary work in electromagnetism and the kinetic theory of gases; 1831-1879Scotland1801 - 1900 AD
Hume, DavidDaryl/AshrahOEScottish philosopher whose body of works marks the culmination of the British philosophical movement of 'Empiricism'; 1711-1776Scotland1701 - 1800 AD1388
Watt, JamesKatrin/DuncanFScottish inventor and mechanical engineer, renowned for his improvements to the steam engine, ushering in the Industrial Revolution; 1736-1819Scotland and England1800 AD
SarahOge/YentilFA scientist in what is now Sweden.Group 1: Future Focus
Sweden1706
Euler, LeonardSid/CalumFFamous and prolific Swiss mathematician and physicist; 1707-1783Switzerland1701 - 1800 AD
Jung, Carl GustavAlexi/AlexiOELA Swiss psychiatrist, influential thinker, and founder of analytical psychology; 1875-1961Switzerland2000 AD
TsuMarj/GradyFAstronomer, Manakishma Obsevatory in Tibet; 1257 A.D., Tibet1201 - 1300 AD
Houston, JeanJeanne/LucilleCP(Counterpart) Writer, philosopher, teacher, speaker - a concurrent focus of CamdonUSA2000 AD
Feynman, RichardPat/Ling-TuFNobel Laureate, Physics, 1965; 1918-1988 USA1901 - 2000 AD1297
Hershey, MiltonDaryl/AshrahOEInventor, Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bars USA1901 - 2000 AD
Houston, JeanSharon/CamdonFScholar, philosopher, teacher; close associate of Joseph Campbell & Margaret Mead; wife of Robert Masters Group 1: Concurrent Focus
USA2000 AD1327
Eastman, GeorgeDaryl/AshrahOEInventor of Kodak Cameras and Film, 1854-1932 USA1801 - 1900 AD
Einstein, AlbertJoseph/DainelOEGerman-born Nobel Prize winning physicist, moved to US to escape Nazis; 1879-1955USA and Germany1900 AD1044
Bohm, DavidMarta/BourjnOEAmerican theoretical physicist; 1917-1992USA1901 - 2000 AD1412
Tesla, NikolaJohn M./TessOEA Serbian, born in Croatia in 1856; came to the U.S. in 1884; d. 1943USA1901 - 2000 AD1173
Adams, EvangelineGina/BahlahFAmerican astrologer; considered one of the most important influences in American astrology; 1859-1933USA1900 AD1296
Edison, Thomas AlvaDaryl/AshrahOEAmerican inventor; 1847-1931USA1900 AD1388
Fossey, DianSeale/SealeOEAmerican ethologist and subject of the movie 'Gorillas in the Mist'; 1932-1985USA and Africa1901 - 2000 AD1453
Franklin, BenjaminKen/ConnorOEAmerican scholar, diplomat, author, scientist, inventor, and one of the fathers of the American Revolution; 1706-1790Group 1: American Revolution
USA and France1701 - 1800 AD1462
Emerson, Ralph WaldoJim/BevanOEAmerican lecturer, poet and essayist, the leading exponent of American Transcendentalism; 1803-1882; belongs Sumafi.Group 1: American Transcendentalism
Group 2: American Writers
USA1801 - 1900 AD2315
J. Robert OppenheimerKatrin/DuncanOEAmerican theoretical physicist, who headed the Manhattan project in Los Alamos and is known s the "Father of the Atomic Bomb"; 1904-1967USA1901 - 2000 AD
James, WilliamAlexi/AlexiOELX-File, 2014-01-09 American philosopher and psychologist; 1842-1910.USA1801 - 1900 AD