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CHAPTER XIX

[177]

Of Dramatic Rituals
The Wheel turns to those effectual methods of invocation
employed in the ancient Mysteries and by certain secret bodies of
initiates to-day. The object of them is almost invariably1 the invocation of a God, that God conceived in a more or less material and
personal fashion. These Rituals are therefore well suited for such
persons as are capable of understanding the spirit of Magick as
opposed to the letter. One of the great advantages of them is that a
large number of persons may take part, so that there is consequently
more force available; but it is important that they should all be
initiates of the same mysteries, bound by the same oaths, and filled
with the same aspirations. They should be associated only for this
one purpose.
Such a company being prepared, the story of the God should be
dramatised by a well-skilled poet accustomed to this form of
composition. Lengthy speeches and invocations should be avoided,
but action should be very full. Such ceremonies should be carefully
rehearsed; but in rehearsals care should be taken to omit the climax,
which should be studied by the principal character in private. The
play should be so arranged that the climax depends on him alone.
By this means one prevents the ceremony from becoming mechanical or hackneyed, and the element of surprise assists the lesser [178]
characters to get out of themselves at the supreme moment.
Following the climax there should always be an unrehearsed
ceremony, an impromptu. The most satisfactory form of this is the
dance. In such ceremonies appropriate libations may be freely
used.


1. The word is unwarrantably universal. It would not be impracticable to adopt
this method to such operations as Talismanic Magick. For example, one might
consecrate and charge a Pantacle by the communication by AIWAZ to the Scribe of
the Book of the Law, the Magician representing the Angel, the Pantacle being the
Book, and the person on whom the Pantacle is intended to act taking the part of the
Scribe.

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MAGICK IN THEORY AND PRACTICE

The Rite of Luna (Equinox I (6)) is a good example of this use.
Here the climax is the music of the goddess, the assistants remaining
in silent ecstasy.
In the rite of Jupiter the impromptu is the dance, in that of Saturn
long periods of silence.
It will be noticed that in these Rites poetry and music were
largely employedmostly published pieces by well-known authors
and composers.1 It would be better2 to write and compose specially
for the ceremony.3



1. [Large quantities of Crowleys own poetry were also used.]
2. PERHAPS! One can think of certain Awful Consequences. But, after all,
they wouldnt seem to to the authors! Butpity the poor God! Bother the
Gods!
3. A body of skilled Magicians accustomed to work in concert may be competent
to conduct impromptu Orgia. To cite an actual instance in recent times; the blood
of a Christian being required for some purpose, a young cock was procured and
baptised into the Roman Catholic Church by a man [Cecil Maitland, who was
resident at the Abbey of Thelema in 1921] who, being the son of an ordained Priest,
was magically an incarnation of the Being of that Priest, and was therefore
congenitally possessed of the powers thereto appurtenant. This cock, Peter Paul,
was consequently a baptised Christian for all magical purposes. Order was then
taken to imprison the bird; which done, the Magicians assuming respectively the
characters of Herod, Herodias, Salome, and the Executioner, acted out the scene of
the dance and the beheading, on the lines of Oscar Wildes drama [i.e. Salome],
Peter Paul being cast for the part of John the Baptist. This ceremony was devised
and done on the spur of the moment, and its sponteneity and simplicity were
presumably potent factors in its success.
On the point of theology, I doubt whether Dom Gorenflot successfully avoided
eating meat in Lent by baptising the pullet a carp. For as the sacramentby its
intention, despite its defects of formcould not fail of efficacy, the pullet must
have become a Christian, and therefore a human being. Carp was therefore only its
baptised namecf. Polycarp and Dom Gorenflot ate human flesh in Lent, so that,
for all he became a bishop, he is damned.

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John Stuart Mill ::: Born: May 20, 1806; Died: May 8, 1873; Occupation: Philosopher;
Giovanni Pico della Mirandola ::: Born: February 24, 1463; Died: November 17, 1494; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ludwig von Mises ::: Born: September 29, 1881; Died: October 10, 1973; Occupation: Philosopher;
George Edward Moore ::: Born: November 4, 1873; Died: October 24, 1958; Occupation: Philosopher;
Jean Baudrillard ::: Born: July 27, 1929; Died: March 6, 2007; Occupation: Philosopher;
Thomas Nagel ::: Born: July 4, 1937; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ted Nelson ::: Born: June 17, 1937; Occupation: Philosopher;
Pierre Bayle ::: Born: November 18, 1647; Died: December 28, 1706; Occupation: Philosopher;
Michael Novak ::: Born: September 9, 1933; Died: February 17, 2017; Occupation: Philosopher;
Robert Nozick ::: Born: November 16, 1938; Died: January 23, 2002; Occupation: Philosopher;
Michel Onfray ::: Born: January 1, 1959; Occupation: Philosopher;
Leonard Peikoff ::: Born: October 15, 1933; Occupation: Philosopher;
Charles Sanders Peirce ::: Born: September 10, 1839; Died: April 19, 1914; Occupation: Philosopher;
Karl Popper ::: Born: July 28, 1902; Died: September 17, 1994; Occupation: Philosopher;
Pythagoras ::: Born: 571 BC; Died: 495 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Willard Van Orman Quine ::: Born: June 25, 1908; Died: December 25, 2000; Occupation: Philosopher;
John Rawls ::: Born: February 21, 1921; Died: November 24, 2002; Occupation: Philosopher;
Thomas Reid ::: Born: April 26, 1710; Died: October 7, 1796; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ernest Renan ::: Born: February 28, 1823; Died: October 12, 1892; Occupation: Philosopher;
Mortimer Adler ::: Born: December 28, 1902; Died: June 28, 2001; Occupation: Philosopher;
Paul Ricoeur ::: Born: February 27, 1913; Died: May 20, 2005; Occupation: Philosopher;
Jeremy Bentham ::: Born: February 15, 1748; Died: June 6, 1832; Occupation: Philosopher;
Nikolai Berdyaev ::: Born: March 18, 1874; Died: March 23, 1948; Occupation: Philosopher;
Richard Rorty ::: Born: October 4, 1931; Died: June 8, 2007; Occupation: Philosopher;
Jean-Jacques Rousseau ::: Born: June 28, 1712; Died: July 2, 1778; Occupation: Philosopher;
Bertrand Russell ::: Born: May 18, 1872; Died: February 2, 1970; Occupation: Philosopher;
Henri Bergson ::: Born: October 18, 1859; Died: January 4, 1941; Occupation: Philosopher;
George Berkeley ::: Born: March 12, 1685; Died: January 12, 1753; Occupation: Philosopher;
Marquis de Sade ::: Born: June 2, 1740; Died: December 2, 1814; Occupation: Philosopher;
Michael Sandel ::: Born: March 5, 1953; Occupation: Philosopher;
Isaiah Berlin ::: Born: June 6, 1909; Died: November 5, 1997; Occupation: Philosopher;
George Santayana ::: Born: December 16, 1863; Died: September 26, 1952; Occupation: Philosopher;
Jean-Paul Sartre ::: Born: June 21, 1905; Died: April 15, 1980; Occupation: Philosopher;
Arthur Schopenhauer ::: Born: February 22, 1788; Died: September 21, 1860; Occupation: Philosopher;
John Searle ::: Born: July 31, 1932; Occupation: Philosopher;
Hu Shih ::: Born: December 17, 1891; Died: February 24, 1962; Occupation: Philosopher;
Georg Simmel ::: Born: March 1, 1858; Died: September 28, 1918; Occupation: Philosopher;
Peter Singer ::: Born: July 6, 1946; Occupation: Philosopher;
Adam Smith ::: Born: June 5, 1723; Died: July 17, 1790; Occupation: Philosopher;
Herbert Spencer ::: Born: April 27, 1820; Died: December 8, 1903; Occupation: Philosopher;
Oswald Spengler ::: Born: May 29, 1880; Died: May 8, 1936; Occupation: Philosopher;
Baruch Spinoza ::: Born: November 24, 1632; Died: February 21, 1677; Occupation: Philosopher;
Lysander Spooner ::: Born: January 19, 1808; Died: May 14, 1887; Occupation: Philosopher;
Edith Stein ::: Born: October 12, 1891; Died: August 9, 1942; Occupation: Philosopher;
Rudolf Steiner ::: Born: February 27, 1861; Died: March 30, 1925; Occupation: Philosopher;
Max Stirner ::: Born: October 25, 1806; Died: June 26, 1856; Occupation: Philosopher;
Paul Tillich ::: Born: August 20, 1886; Died: October 22, 1965; Occupation: Philosopher;
Roberto Unger ::: Born: March 24, 1947; Occupation: Philosopher;
Jean Vanier ::: Born: September 10, 1928; Occupation: Philosopher;
Giambattista Vico ::: Born: June 23, 1668; Died: January 21, 1744; Occupation: Philosopher;
Allan Bloom ::: Born: September 14, 1930; Died: October 7, 1992; Occupation: Philosopher;
Alan Watts ::: Born: January 6, 1915; Died: November 16, 1973; Occupation: Philosopher;
Simone Weil ::: Born: February 3, 1909; Died: August 24, 1943; Occupation: Philosopher;
Adam Weishaupt ::: Born: February 6, 1748; Died: November 18, 1830; Occupation: Philosopher;
Cornel West ::: Born: June 2, 1953; Occupation: Philosopher;
Dallas Willard ::: Born: September 4, 1935; Died: May 8, 2013; Occupation: Philosopher;
Bernard Williams ::: Born: September 21, 1929; Died: June 10, 2003; Occupation: Philosopher;
Boethius ::: Born: 480; Died: 524; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ludwig Wittgenstein ::: Born: April 26, 1889; Died: April 29, 1951; Occupation: Philosopher;
Sissela Bok ::: Born: December 2, 1934; Occupation: Philosopher;
John Wycliffe ::: Born: 1320; Died: December 30, 1384; Occupation: Philosopher;
Francis Parker Yockey ::: Born: September 18, 1917; Died: June 16, 1960; Occupation: Philosopher;
Luce Irigaray ::: Born: May 3, 1930; Occupation: Philosopher;
Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj ::: Born: April 17, 1897; Died: September 8, 1981; Occupation: Philosopher;
A.C. Grayling ::: Born: April 3, 1949; Occupation: Philosopher;
Carl Schmitt ::: Born: July 11, 1888; Died: April 7, 1985; Occupation: Philosopher;
Julia Kristeva ::: Born: June 24, 1941; Occupation: Philosopher;
F. H. Bradley ::: Born: January 30, 1846; Died: September 18, 1924; Occupation: Philosopher;
Plotinus ::: Born: 204; Died: 270; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ludwig Feuerbach ::: Born: July 28, 1804; Died: September 13, 1872; Occupation: Philosopher;
Martha C. Nussbaum ::: Born: May 6, 1947; Occupation: Philosopher;
Emmanuel Levinas ::: Born: January 12, 1906; Died: December 25, 1995; Occupation: Philosopher;
Greg L. Bahnsen ::: Born: September 17, 1948; Died: December 11, 1995; Occupation: Philosopher;
Charles Taylor ::: Born: November 5, 1931; Occupation: Philosopher;
Wei Wu Wei ::: Born: September 14, 1895; Died: January 5, 1986; Occupation: Philosopher;
Michael Joseph Oakeshott ::: Born: December 11, 1901; Died: December 19, 1990; Occupation: Philosopher;
Giorgio Agamben ::: Born: April 22, 1942; Occupation: Philosopher;
Julius Evola ::: Born: May 19, 1898; Died: June 11, 1974; Occupation: Philosopher;
Josef Pieper ::: Born: May 4, 1904; Died: November 6, 1997; Occupation: Philosopher;
J.P. Moreland ::: Born: March 9, 1948; Occupation: Philosopher;
R.J. Rushdoony ::: Born: April 25, 1916; Died: February 8, 2001; Occupation: Philosopher;
David Abram ::: Born: June 24, 1957; Occupation: Philosopher;
Cornelius Van Til ::: Born: May 3, 1895; Died: April 17, 1987; Occupation: Philosopher;
Roger Scruton ::: Born: February 27, 1944; Occupation: Philosopher;
Laozi ::: Born: 604 BC; Died: 531 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
William Ernest Hocking ::: Born: August 10, 1873; Died: June 12, 1966; Occupation: Philosopher;
Seneca the Younger ::: Born: 4 BC; Died: 65; Occupation: Philosopher;
Mencius ::: Born: 372 BC; Died: 289 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Heraclitus ::: Born: 535 BC; Died: 475 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Humberto Maturana ::: Born: September 14, 1928; Occupation: Philosopher;
Wang Yangming ::: Born: October 31, 1472; Died: January 9, 1529; Occupation: Philosopher;
Nicolas de Caritat, marquis de Condorcet ::: Born: September 17, 1743; Died: March 28, 1794; Occupation: Philosopher;
Susanne Katherina Langer ::: Born: December 20, 1895; Died: July 17, 1985; Occupation: Philosopher;
Paul de Man ::: Born: December 6, 1919; Died: December 21, 1983; Occupation: Philosopher;
Aristippus ::: Born: 435 BC; Died: 356 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Zhuangzi ::: Born: 369 BC; Died: 286 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Charles Fourier ::: Born: April 7, 1772; Died: October 10, 1837; Occupation: Philosopher;
Georgi Plekhanov ::: Born: November 29, 1856; Died: May 30, 1918; Occupation: Philosopher;
Nikolay Chernyshevsky ::: Born: July 12, 1828; Died: October 17, 1889; Occupation: Philosopher;
Slavoj Žižek ::: Born: March 21, 1949; Occupation: Philosopher;
Raymond Aron ::: Born: March 14, 1905; Died: October 17, 1983; Occupation: Philosopher;
Andre Glucksmann ::: Born: June 19, 1937; Died: November 10, 2015; Occupation: Philosopher;
Johann Gottlieb Fichte ::: Born: May 19, 1762; Died: January 27, 1814; Occupation: Philosopher;
Jean Bodin ::: Born: 1530; Died: 1596; Occupation: Philosopher;
Etienne Gilson ::: Born: June 13, 1884; Died: September 19, 1978; Occupation: Philosopher;
Giordano Bruno ::: Born: 1548; Died: February 17, 1600; Occupation: Philosopher;
Johannes Scotus Eriugena ::: Born: 815; Died: 877; Occupation: Philosopher;
Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling ::: Born: January 27, 1775; Died: August 20, 1854; Occupation: Philosopher;
Henry Sidgwick ::: Born: May 31, 1838; Died: August 28, 1900; Occupation: Philosopher;
Johann Friedrich Herbart ::: Born: May 4, 1776; Died: August 14, 1841; Occupation: Philosopher;
Al-Maʿarri ::: Born: 973; Died: 1058; Occupation: Philosopher;
Bryan Magee ::: Born: April 12, 1930; Occupation: Philosopher;
Emile Chartier ::: Born: March 3, 1868; Died: June 2, 1951; Occupation: Philosopher;
Martin Buber ::: Born: February 8, 1878; Died: June 13, 1965; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ralph Barton Perry ::: Born: July 3, 1876; Died: January 22, 1957; Occupation: Philosopher;
Gersonides ::: Born: 1288; Died: April 20, 1344; Occupation: Philosopher;
Frank P. Ramsey ::: Born: February 22, 1903; Died: January 19, 1930; Occupation: Philosopher;
Claude Adrien Helvetius ::: Born: January 26, 1715; Died: December 26, 1771; Occupation: Philosopher;
Robert Hooke ::: Born: July 28, 1635; Died: March 3, 1703; Occupation: Philosopher;
Alain de Benoist ::: Born: December 11, 1943; Occupation: Philosopher;
John Armstrong ::: Born: 1966; Occupation: British writer/philosopher;
Lanza del Vasto ::: Born: September 29, 1901; Died: January 5, 1981; Occupation: Philosopher;
Marcel Conche ::: Born: 1922; Occupation: Philosopher;
Alice von Hildebrand ::: Born: March 11, 1923; Occupation: Philosopher;
Joseph Butler ::: Born: May 18, 1692; Died: June 16, 1752; Occupation: Philosopher;
Judith Butler ::: Born: February 24, 1956; Occupation: Philosopher;
Samuel Alexander ::: Born: January 6, 1859; Died: September 13, 1938; Occupation: Philosopher;
Patricia Churchland ::: Born: July 16, 1943; Occupation: Philosopher;
William Lane Craig ::: Born: August 23, 1949; Occupation: Philosopher;
Protagoras ::: Born: 490 BC; Died: 420 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Otto Neurath ::: Born: December 10, 1882; Died: December 22, 1945; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ibn Arabi ::: Born: July 25, 1165; Died: November 8, 1240; Occupation: Philosopher;
Douglas Harding ::: Born: February 12, 1909; Died: January 11, 2007; Occupation: Philosopher;
James Rachels ::: Born: May 30, 1941; Died: September 5, 2003; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ernst Haeckel ::: Born: February 16, 1834; Died: August 9, 1919; Occupation: Philosopher;
Johann Gottfried Herder ::: Born: August 25, 1744; Died: December 18, 1803; Occupation: Philosopher;
Josiah Royce ::: Born: November 20, 1855; Died: September 14, 1916; Occupation: Philosopher;
Proclus ::: Born: February 8, 412; Died: April 17, 485; Occupation: Philosopher;
Han Fei ::: Born: 280 BC; Died: 233 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Jean Meslier ::: Born: June 15, 1664; Died: June 17, 1729; Occupation: Philosopher;
Hans Reichenbach ::: Born: September 26, 1891; Died: April 9, 1953; Occupation: Philosopher;
Adi Shankara ::: Born: 788; Died: 820; Occupation: Philosopher;
Zhang Zai ::: Born: 1020; Died: 1077; Occupation: Philosopher;
Pandurang Shastri Athavale ::: Born: October 19, 1920; Died: October 25, 2003; Occupation: Philosopher;
Thomas Carlyle ::: Born: December 4, 1795; Died: February 5, 1881; Occupation: Philosopher;
James McCosh ::: Born: April 1, 1811; Died: November 16, 1894; Occupation: Philosopher;
Leo Strauss ::: Born: September 20, 1899; Died: October 18, 1973; Occupation: Philosopher;
Olavo de Carvalho ::: Born: April 29, 1947; Occupation: Philosopher;
Abhinavagupta ::: Born: 950; Died: 1020; Occupation: Philosopher;
Peter Deunov ::: Born: July 11, 1864; Died: December 27, 1944; Occupation: Philosopher;
Joseph Priestley ::: Born: March 24, 1733; Died: February 6, 1804; Occupation: Philosopher;
Bonaventure ::: Born: 1221; Died: July 15, 1274; Occupation: Philosopher;
Jean Guitton ::: Born: August 18, 1901; Died: March 21, 1999; Occupation: Philosopher;
Antony Flew ::: Born: February 11, 1923; Died: April 8, 2010; Occupation: Philosopher;
Colin McGinn ::: Born: March 10, 1950; Occupation: Philosopher;
Maurice Blondel ::: Born: November 2, 1861; Died: June 4, 1949; Occupation: Philosopher;
David Chalmers ::: Born: April 20, 1966; Occupation: Philosopher;
Victor Cousin ::: Born: November 28, 1792; Died: January 14, 1867; Occupation: Philosopher;
Peter Abelard ::: Born: 1079; Died: April 21, 1142; Occupation: Philosopher;
Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy ::: Born: July 6, 1888; Died: February 24, 1973; Occupation: Philosopher;
Jacob Needleman ::: Born: October 6, 1934; Occupation: Philosopher;
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin ::: Born: May 1, 1881; Died: April 10, 1955; Occupation: Philosopher;
Francis Hutcheson ::: Born: August 8, 1694; Died: January 14, 1747; Occupation: Philosopher;
Eugene Gendlin ::: Born: December 25, 1926; Died: May 1, 2017; Occupation: Philosopher;
J. L. Austin ::: Born: March 26, 1911; Died: February 8, 1960; Occupation: Philosopher;
Jerry Fodor ::: Born: 1935; Occupation: Philosopher;
Michael Dummett ::: Born: June 27, 1925; Died: December 27, 2011; Occupation: Philosopher;
J. L. Mackie ::: Born: August 25, 1917; Died: December 12, 1981; Occupation: Philosopher;
Kwame Anthony Appiah ::: Born: May 8, 1954; Occupation: Philosopher;
C. D. Broad ::: Born: December 30, 1887; Died: March 11, 1971; Occupation: Philosopher;
G. E. M. Anscombe ::: Born: March 18, 1919; Died: January 5, 2001; Occupation: Philosopher;
Alasdair MacIntyre ::: Born: January 12, 1929; Occupation: Philosopher;
Derek Parfit ::: Born: December 11, 1942; Died: January 1, 2017; Occupation: Philosopher;
Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar ::: Born: May 21, 1921; Died: October 21, 1990; Occupation: Philosopher;
Corliss Lamont ::: Born: March 28, 1902; Died: April 26, 1995; Occupation: Philosopher;
Brand Blanshard ::: Born: August 27, 1892; Died: November 19, 1987; Occupation: Philosopher;
Robert Boyle ::: Born: January 25, 1627; Died: December 31, 1691; Occupation: Philosopher;
Carl Mitcham ::: Born: 1941; Occupation: Philosopher;
Averroes ::: Born: April 14, 1126; Died: December 10, 1198; Occupation: Philosopher;
Gilbert Ryle ::: Born: August 19, 1900; Died: October 6, 1976; Occupation: Philosopher;
Nicolas Malebranche ::: Born: August 6, 1638; Died: October 13, 1715; Occupation: Philosopher;
Tommaso Campanella ::: Born: September 5, 1568; Died: May 21, 1639; Occupation: Philosopher;
A.J. Ayer ::: Born: October 29, 1910; Died: June 27, 1989; Occupation: Philosopher;
Benedetto Croce ::: Born: February 25, 1866; Died: November 20, 1952; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ervin Laszlo ::: Born: May 12, 1932; Occupation: Philosopher;
Emile M. Cioran ::: Born: April 8, 1911; Died: June 20, 1995; Occupation: Philosopher;
Gustav Fechner ::: Born: April 19, 1801; Died: November 18, 1887; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ernest Nagel ::: Born: November 16, 1901; Died: September 20, 1985; Occupation: Philosopher;
Alexandre Koyre ::: Born: August 29, 1892; Died: April 28, 1964; Occupation: Philosopher;
Rudolf Carnap ::: Born: May 18, 1891; Died: September 14, 1970; Occupation: Philosopher;
Hilary Putnam ::: Born: July 31, 1926; Died: March 13, 2016; Occupation: Philosopher;
Nelson Goodman ::: Born: August 7, 1906; Died: November 25, 1998; Occupation: Philosopher;
Pierre Duhem ::: Born: June 9, 1861; Died: September 14, 1916; Occupation: Philosopher;
Norwood Russell Hanson ::: Born: 1924; Died: 1967; Occupation: Philosopher;
Irving Copi ::: Born: July 28, 1917; Died: August 19, 2002; Occupation: Philosopher;
Alvin Plantinga ::: Born: November 15, 1932; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ananda Coomaraswamy ::: Born: August 22, 1877; Died: September 9, 1947; Occupation: Philosopher;
Cesare Beccaria ::: Born: March 15, 1738; Died: November 28, 1794; Occupation: Philosopher;
Peter van Inwagen ::: Born: September 21, 1942; Occupation: Philosopher;
Michael Ruse ::: Born: June 21, 1940; Occupation: Philosopher;
Marsilio Ficino ::: Born: October 19, 1433; Died: October 1, 1499; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ibn Taymiyyah ::: Born: January 22, 1263; Died: September 26, 1328; Occupation: Philosopher;
Friedrich Schleiermacher ::: Born: November 21, 1768; Died: February 12, 1834; Occupation: Philosopher;
Morris Raphael Cohen ::: Born: July 25, 1880; Died: January 28, 1947; Occupation: Philosopher;
Robin G. Collingwood ::: Born: February 22, 1889; Died: January 9, 1943; Occupation: Philosopher;
Moses Mendelssohn ::: Born: September 6, 1729; Died: January 4, 1786; Occupation: Philosopher;
Auguste Comte ::: Born: January 19, 1798; Died: September 5, 1857; Occupation: Philosopher;
Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi ::: Born: January 25, 1743; Died: March 10, 1819; Occupation: Philosopher;
Confucius ::: Born: 551 BC; Died: 479 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Louis Althusser ::: Born: October 16, 1918; Died: October 22, 1990; Occupation: Philosopher;
Bertrand de Jouvenel ::: Born: October 31, 1903; Died: March 1, 1987; Occupation: Philosopher;
Antoine Destutt de Tracy ::: Born: July 20, 1754; Died: March 9, 1836; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ernest Gellner ::: Born: December 9, 1925; Died: November 5, 1995; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ernst Cassirer ::: Born: July 28, 1874; Died: April 13, 1945; Occupation: Philosopher;
Richard M. Weaver ::: Born: March 3, 1910; Died: April 1, 1963; Occupation: Philosopher;
John Zerzan ::: Born: 1943; Occupation: Philosopher;
Henry Corbin ::: Born: April 14, 1903; Died: October 7, 1978; Occupation: Philosopher;
Philo ::: Born: 25 BC; Died: 50; Occupation: Philosopher;
Nicole Oresme ::: Born: 1320; Died: July 11, 1382; Occupation: Philosopher;
Robert Paul Wolff ::: Born: December 27, 1933; Occupation: Philosopher;
Dietrich von Hildebrand ::: Born: October 12, 1889; Died: January 26, 1977; Occupation: Philosopher;
Henri Frederic Amiel ::: Born: September 28, 1821; Died: May 11, 1881; Occupation: Philosopher;
Avital Ronell ::: Born: April 15, 1952; Occupation: Philosopher;
Jacques Ranciere ::: Born: 1940; Occupation: Philosopher;
Simon Critchley ::: Born: February 27, 1960; Occupation: Philosopher;
Thomas Metzinger ::: Born: March 12, 1958; Occupation: Philosopher;
Mary Daly ::: Born: October 16, 1928; Died: January 3, 2010; Occupation: Philosopher;
Nicholas Wolterstorff ::: Born: January 21, 1932; Occupation: Philosopher;
Andre Comte-Sponville ::: Born: March 12, 1952; Occupation: Philosopher;
Anaxagoras ::: Born: 500 BC; Died: 428 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Thales ::: Born: 624 BC; Died: 546 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Max Horkheimer ::: Born: February 14, 1895; Died: July 7, 1973; Occupation: Philosopher;
Tom Regan ::: Born: November 28, 1938; Died: February 17, 2017; Occupation: Philosopher;
Anaximander ::: Born: 610 BC; Died: 546 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Gorgias ::: Born: 485 BC; Died: 380 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Chrysippus ::: Born: 279 BC; Died: 206 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Juan Gines de Sepulveda ::: Born: 1490; Died: November 17, 1573; Occupation: Philosopher;
Thomas Steven Molnar ::: Born: July 26, 1921; Died: July 20, 2010; Occupation: Philosopher;
Gerard van der Leeuw ::: Born: March 18, 1890; Died: November 18, 1950; Occupation: Philosopher;
Plato ::: Born: 428 BC; Died: 348 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Socrates ::: Born: 471 BC; Died: 399 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
William of Ockham ::: Born: 1288; Died: April 9, 1347; Occupation: Philosopher;
Gilles Deleuze ::: Born: January 18, 1925; Died: November 4, 1995; Occupation: Philosopher;
Democritus ::: Born: 460 BC; Died: 370 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Daniel Dennett ::: Born: March 28, 1942; Occupation: Philosopher;
Empedocles ::: Born: 490 BC; Died: 430 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Jacques Derrida ::: Born: July 15, 1930; Died: October 9, 2004; Occupation: Philosopher;
Rene Descartes ::: Born: March 31, 1596; Died: February 11, 1650; Occupation: Philosopher;
John Dewey ::: Born: October 20, 1859; Died: June 1, 1952; Occupation: Philosopher;
Zeno of Elea ::: Born: 490 BC; Died: 430 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Denis Diderot ::: Born: October 5, 1713; Died: July 31, 1784; Occupation: Philosopher;
Diogenes ::: Born: 412 BC; Died: 323 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Guo Xiang ::: Born: 252; Died: 312; Occupation: Philosopher;
Parmenides ::: Born: 502 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Dogen ::: Born: January 19, 1200; Died: September 22, 1253; Occupation: Philosopher;
Susan Bordo ::: Born: January 24, 1947; Occupation: Philosopher;
Hans Jonas ::: Born: May 10, 1903; Died: February 5, 1993; Occupation: Philosopher;
Abul A'la Maududi ::: Born: September 25, 1903; Died: September 22, 1979; Occupation: Political philosopher;
Georges Canguilhem ::: Born: June 4, 1904; Died: September 11, 1995; Occupation: Philosopher;
Michel Serres ::: Born: September 1, 1930; Occupation: Philosopher;
Henri Lefebvre ::: Born: June 16, 1901; Died: June 29, 1991; Occupation: Philosopher;
Peter Sloterdijk ::: Born: June 26, 1947; Occupation: Philosopher;
Jean-Luc Nancy ::: Born: July 26, 1940; Occupation: Philosopher;
Keith Ward ::: Born: August 22, 1938; Occupation: Philosopher;
Mikhail Bakhtin ::: Born: November 17, 1895; Died: March 7, 1975; Occupation: Philosopher;
Marilyn Frye ::: Born: 1941; Occupation: Philosopher;
Lev Shestov ::: Born: February 13, 1866; Died: November 19, 1938; Occupation: Philosopher;
Alexandre Kojeve ::: Born: April 28, 1902; Died: June 4, 1968; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ronald Dworkin ::: Born: December 11, 1931; Died: February 14, 2013; Occupation: Philosopher;
Daniel N. Robinson ::: Born: March 9, 1937; Occupation: Philosopher;
Emmanuel Mounier ::: Born: April 1, 1905; Died: March 23, 1950; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ludwig Buchner ::: Born: March 29, 1824; Died: May 1, 1899; Occupation: Philosopher;
Cornelius Castoriadis ::: Born: March 11, 1922; Died: December 26, 1997; Occupation: Philosopher;
Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak ::: Born: February 24, 1942; Occupation: Philosopher;
Franz Rosenzweig ::: Born: December 25, 1886; Died: December 10, 1929; Occupation: Philosopher;
Max Scheler ::: Born: August 22, 1874; Died: May 19, 1928; Occupation: Philosopher;
Otto Weininger ::: Born: April 3, 1880; Died: October 4, 1903; Occupation: Philosopher;
Saul Kripke ::: Born: November 13, 1940; Occupation: Philosopher;
Charles Hartshorne ::: Born: June 5, 1897; Died: October 9, 2000; Occupation: Philosopher;
Larry Laudan ::: Born: October 16, 1941; Occupation: Philosopher;
Gilbert Simondon ::: Born: October 2, 1924; Died: February 7, 1989; Occupation: Philosopher;
Lewis Gordon ::: Born: 1962; Occupation: Philosopher;
Stephen Toulmin ::: Born: March 25, 1922; Died: December 4, 2009; Occupation: Philosopher;
Nick Bostrom ::: Born: March 10, 1973; Occupation: Philosopher;
Al-Farabi ::: Born: 872; Died: 950; Occupation: Philosopher;
Al-Kindi ::: Born: 801; Died: 873; Occupation: Philosopher;
Lucian Blaga ::: Born: May 9, 1895; Died: May 6, 1961; Occupation: Philosopher;
Donald Davidson ::: Born: March 6, 1917; Died: August 30, 2003; Occupation: Philosopher;
Jacques Ellul ::: Born: January 6, 1912; Died: May 19, 1994; Occupation: Philosopher;
Michael Hardt ::: Born: 1960; Occupation: Philosopher;
David Malet Armstrong ::: Born: July 8, 1926; Died: May 13, 2014; Occupation: Philosopher;
Epictetus ::: Born: 55; Died: 135; Occupation: Philosopher;
Epicurus ::: Born: 341 BC; Died: 270 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Moses Hess ::: Born: January 21, 1812; Died: April 6, 1875; Occupation: Philosopher;
Emil Fackenheim ::: Born: June 22, 1916; Died: September 18, 2003; Occupation: Philosopher;
Edgar Morin ::: Born: July 8, 1921; Occupation: Philosopher;
Tzvetan Todorov ::: Born: March 1, 1939; Died: February 7, 2017; Occupation: Philosopher;
Julien Benda ::: Born: December 26, 1867; Died: June 7, 1956; Occupation: Philosopher;
Owen Barfield ::: Born: November 9, 1898; Died: December 14, 1997; Occupation: Philosopher;
Roger Garaudy ::: Born: July 17, 1913; Died: June 13, 2012; Occupation: Philosopher;
Antisthenes ::: Born: 445 BC; Died: 365 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Larry Sanger ::: Born: July 16, 1968; Occupation: Philosopher;
Paul Feyerabend ::: Born: January 13, 1924; Died: February 11, 1994; Occupation: Philosopher;
Yasuhiko Kimura ::: Born: 1954; Occupation: Philosopher;
Susan Neiman ::: Born: March 27, 1955; Occupation: Philosopher;
Mario Bunge ::: Born: September 21, 1919; Occupation: Philosopher;
Albert Outler ::: Born: November 17, 1908; Died: September 1, 1989; Occupation: Philosopher;
Stanley Cavell ::: Born: September 1, 1926; Occupation: Philosopher;
Leszek Kolakowski ::: Born: October 23, 1927; Died: July 17, 2009; Occupation: Philosopher;
Karl Kautsky ::: Born: October 16, 1854; Died: October 17, 1938; Occupation: Philosopher;
Louis Claude de Saint-Martin ::: Born: January 18, 1743; Died: October 13, 1803; Occupation: Philosopher;
J. J. C. Smart ::: Born: September 16, 1920; Died: October 6, 2012; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ignacio Ellacuria ::: Born: November 9, 1930; Died: November 16, 1989; Occupation: Philosopher;
Pavel Florensky ::: Born: January 21, 1882; Died: December 8, 1937; Occupation: Philosopher;
Etienne Bonnot de Condillac ::: Born: September 30, 1714; Died: August 3, 1780; Occupation: Philosopher;
Eric Voegelin ::: Born: January 3, 1901; Died: January 19, 1985; Occupation: Philosopher;
Bruno Bauer ::: Born: September 6, 1809; Died: April 13, 1882; Occupation: Philosopher;
Renzo Novatore ::: Born: May 12, 1890; Died: November 29, 1922; Occupation: Philosopher;
Michel Foucault ::: Born: October 15, 1926; Died: June 25, 1984; Occupation: Philosopher;
Norman Geisler ::: Born: July 21, 1932; Occupation: Philosopher;
John D. Caputo ::: Born: October 26, 1940; Occupation: Philosopher;
Hannah Arendt ::: Born: October 14, 1906; Died: December 4, 1975; Occupation: Philosopher;
Aristotle ::: Born: 384 BC; Died: 322 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Hans-Georg Gadamer ::: Born: February 11, 1900; Died: March 13, 2002; Occupation: Philosopher;
Anthony John Patrick Kenny ::: Born: March 16, 1931; Occupation: Philosopher;
Francis J. Beckwith ::: Born: 1960; Occupation: Philosopher;
Jose Ortega y Gasset ::: Born: May 9, 1883; Died: October 18, 1955; Occupation: Philosopher;
David Schmidtz ::: Born: 1955; Occupation: Philosopher;
Maxine Greene ::: Born: December 23, 1917; Died: May 29, 2014; Occupation: Philosopher;
Gyorgy Lukacs ::: Born: April 13, 1885; Died: June 4, 1971; Occupation: Philosopher;
Cleanthes ::: Born: 330 BC; Died: 233 BC; Occupation: Philosopher;
Antonio Negri ::: Born: August 1, 1933; Occupation: Philosopher;
Quentin Smith ::: Born: August 27, 1952; Occupation: Philosopher;
John Macquarrie ::: Born: June 27, 1919; Died: May 28, 2007; Occupation: Philosopher;
Vishal Mangalwadi ::: Born: 1949; Occupation: Philosopher;
Bernard Stiegler ::: Born: April 1, 1952; Occupation: Philosopher;
Phineas Quimby ::: Born: February 16, 1802; Died: January 16, 1866; Occupation: Philosopher;
Apollonius of Tyana ::: Born: 15; Died: 100; Occupation: Philosopher;
Robert Grosseteste ::: Born: 1175; Died: October 9, 1253; Occupation: Philosopher;
Sidney Morgenbesser ::: Born: September 22, 1921; Died: August 1, 2004; Occupation: Philosopher;
Jurgen Habermas ::: Born: June 18, 1929; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ian Hacking ::: Born: February 18, 1936; Occupation: Philosopher;
Michael Walzer ::: Born: March 3, 1935; Occupation: Philosopher;
Johann Georg Hamann ::: Born: August 27, 1730; Died: June 21, 1788; Occupation: Philosopher;
Asvaghosa ::: Born: 80; Died: 150; Occupation: Philosopher;
Adelard of Bath ::: Born: 1080; Died: 1152; Occupation: Philosopher;
Bernard Lonergan ::: Born: December 17, 1904; Died: November 26, 1984; Occupation: Philosopher;
Richard Shusterman ::: Born: 1949; Occupation: Philosopher;
Gary Gutting ::: Born: April 11, 1942; Occupation: Philosopher;
T. M. Scanlon ::: Born: June 28, 1940; Occupation: Philosopher;
Antoine Arnauld ::: Born: February 16, 1612; Died: August 8, 1694; Occupation: Philosopher;
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel ::: Born: August 27, 1770; Died: November 14, 1831; Occupation: Philosopher;
Martin Heidegger ::: Born: September 26, 1889; Died: May 26, 1976; Occupation: Philosopher;
Renata Salecl ::: Born: 1962; Occupation: Philosopher;
Sri Aurobindo ::: Born: August 15, 1872; Died: December 5, 1950; Occupation: Philosopher;
Thomas Hobbes ::: Born: April 5, 1588; Died: December 4, 1679; Occupation: Philosopher;
Eric Hoffer ::: Born: July 25, 1902; Died: May 21, 1983; Occupation: Philosopher;
Vilem Flusser ::: Born: May 12, 1920; Died: November 27, 1991; Occupation: Philosopher;
Keshub Chandra Sen ::: Born: November 19, 1838; Died: January 8, 1884; Occupation: Philosopher;
Avicenna ::: Born: August 980; Occupation: Philosopher;
Sidney Hook ::: Born: December 20, 1902; Died: July 12, 1989; Occupation: Philosopher;
Thomas Pogge ::: Born: August 13, 1953; Occupation: Philosopher;
Wilhelm von Humboldt ::: Born: June 22, 1767; Died: April 8, 1835; Occupation: Philosopher;
David Hume ::: Born: May 7, 1711; Died: August 25, 1776; Occupation: Philosopher;
Edmund Husserl ::: Born: April 8, 1859; Died: April 26, 1938; Occupation: Philosopher;
Hypatia ::: Born: 350; Died: March 8, 415; Occupation: Philosopher;
Max Black ::: Born: February 24, 1909; Died: August 27, 1988; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ivan Illich ::: Born: September 4, 1926; Died: December 2, 2002; Occupation: Philosopher;
Muhammad Iqbal ::: Born: November 9, 1877; Died: April 21, 1938; Occupation: Philosopher;
Raymond Geuss ::: Born: 1946; Occupation: Philosopher;
Michel Aflaq ::: Born: 1910; Died: June 23, 1989; Occupation: Philosopher;
William James ::: Born: January 11, 1842; Died: August 26, 1910; Occupation: Philosopher;
Pierre Hadot ::: Born: February 21, 1922; Died: April 24, 2010; Occupation: Philosopher;
Gaston Bachelard ::: Born: June 27, 1884; Died: October 16, 1962; Occupation: Philosopher;
Ray Brassier ::: Born: 1965; Occupation: Philosopher;
Roger Bacon ::: Born: 1214; Died: 1294; Occupation: Philosopher;
Alain Badiou ::: Born: January 17, 1937; Occupation: Philosopher;
Wilfrid Sellars ::: Born: May 20, 1912; Died: July 2, 1989; Occupation: Philosopher;
Immanuel Kant ::: Born: April 22, 1724; Died: February 12, 1804; Occupation: Philosopher;
Walter Kaufmann ::: Born: July 1, 1921; Died: September 4, 1980; Occupation: Philosopher;
Omar Khayyam ::: Born: May 18, 1048; Died: December 4, 1131; Occupation: Philosopher;
Soren Kierkegaard ::: Born: May 5, 1813; Died: November 11, 1855; Occupation: Philosopher;
Alfred Korzybski ::: Born: July 3, 1879; Died: March 1, 1950; Occupation: Philosopher;
Imre Lakatos ::: Born: November 9, 1922; Died: February 2, 1974; Occupation: Philosopher;
George Henry Lewes ::: Born: April 18, 1817; Died: November 28, 1878; Occupation: Philosopher;
John Locke ::: Born: August 29, 1632; Died: October 28, 1704; Occupation: Philosopher;
Rosa Luxemburg ::: Born: March 5, 1871; Died: January 15, 1919; Occupation: Philosopher;
Jean-Francois Lyotard ::: Born: August 10, 1924; Died: April 21, 1998; Occupation: Philosopher;
Maimonides ::: Born: March 30, 1135; Died: December 12, 1204; Occupation: Philosopher;
Joseph de Maistre ::: Born: April 1, 1753; Died: February 26, 1821; Occupation: Philosopher;
Bernard de Mandeville ::: Born: November 15, 1670; Died: January 21, 1733; Occupation: Philosopher;
Gabriel Marcel ::: Born: December 7, 1889; Died: October 8, 1973; Occupation: Philosopher;
Herbert Marcuse ::: Born: July 19, 1898; Died: June 29, 1979; Occupation: Philosopher;
Jacques Maritain ::: Born: November 18, 1882; Died: April 28, 1973; Occupation: Philosopher;
Roberto Esposito ::: Born: 1950; Occupation: Philosopher;
Elliott Sober ::: Born: June 6, 1948; Occupation: Philosopher;
Karl Marx ::: Born: May 5, 1818; Died: March 14, 1883; Occupation: Philosopher;
Terence McKenna ::: Born: November 16, 1946; Died: April 3, 2000; Occupation: Philosopher;
Marshall McLuhan ::: Born: July 21, 1911; Died: December 31, 1980; Occupation: Philosopher;
Roland Barthes ::: Born: November 12, 1915; Died: March 25, 1980; Occupation: Philosopher;
George H. Mead ::: Born: February 27, 1863; Died: April 26, 1931; Occupation: Philosopher;
Maurice Merleau-Ponty ::: Born: March 14, 1908; Died: May 3, 1961; Occupation: Philosopher;
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A Touch of Spice (2003) ::: 7.5/10 -- Politiki kouzina (original title) -- A Touch of Spice Poster "A Touch of Spice" is a story about a young Greek boy (Fanis) growing up in Istanbul, whose grandfather, a culinary philosopher and mentor,teaches him that both food and life require a ... S Director: Tassos Boulmetis Writer: Tassos Boulmetis
Being in the World (2010) ::: 7.4/10 -- Unrated | 1h 21min | Documentary | 2010 (USA) -- BEING IN THE WORLD takes us on a journey around the world to meet philosophers influenced by the thought of Martin Heidegger, as well as experts in the fields of sports, music, craft, and ... S Director: Tao Ruspoli Stars:
Diva (1981) ::: 7.1/10 -- R | 1h 57min | Music, Thriller | 23 April 1982 (USA) -- Two tapes, two Parisian mob killers, one corrupt policeman, an opera fan, a teenage thief, and the coolest philosopher ever filmed all twist their way through an intricate and stylish French-language thriller. Director: Jean-Jacques Beineix Writers:
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood ::: Hagane no renkinjutsushi (original tit ::: TV-14 | 24min | Animation, Action, Adventure | TV Series (2009-2012) Episode Guide 69 episodes Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Poster -- Two brothers search for a Philosopher's Stone after an attempt to revive their deceased mother goes awry and leaves them in damaged physical forms. Creator:
Fullmetal Alchemist ::: Hagane no renkinjutsushi (original tit ::: TV-PG | 24min | Animation, Action, Adventure | TV Series (2003-2004) Episode Guide 51 episodes Fullmetal Alchemist Poster -- When a failed alchemical ritual leaves brothers Edward and Alphonse Elric with severely damaged bodies, they begin searching for the one thing that can save them; the fabled philosopher's stone. Stars:
Hannah Arendt (2012) ::: 7.1/10 -- Not Rated | 1h 53min | Biography, Drama | 10 January 2013 (Germany) -- A look at the life of philosopher and political theorist Hannah Arendt, who reported for 'The New Yorker' on the trial of the Nazi leader Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem. Director: Margarethe von Trotta Writers:
The Librarian III: The Curse of the Judas Chalice (2008) ::: 6.5/10 -- The Librarian: The Curse of the Judas Chalice (original title) -- The Librarian III: The Curse of the Judas Chalice Poster -- Losing his girlfriend because he was at an auction dramatically getting the magical philosopher's stone instead of a date, he needs a vacation - New Orleans but finds himself busy saving Earth from the curse of the Judas chalice/vampires. Director: Jonathan Frakes
When Nietzsche Wept (2007) ::: 6.5/10 -- PG-13 | 1h 45min | Drama | 2 August 2007 (Israel) -- Viennese doctor Josef Breuer meets with philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche to help him deal with his despair. Director: Pinchas Perry Writers: Pinchas Perry, Irvin D. Yalom (novel) (as Irvin Yalom) Stars:
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Fullmetal Alchemist -- -- Bones -- 51 eps -- Manga -- Action Adventure Comedy Drama Fantasy Magic Military Shounen -- Fullmetal Alchemist Fullmetal Alchemist -- Edward Elric, a young, brilliant alchemist, has lost much in his twelve-year life: when he and his brother Alphonse try to resurrect their dead mother through the forbidden act of human transmutation, Edward loses his brother as well as two of his limbs. With his supreme alchemy skills, Edward binds Alphonse's soul to a large suit of armor. -- -- A year later, Edward, now promoted to the fullmetal alchemist of the state, embarks on a journey with his younger brother to obtain the Philosopher's Stone. The fabled mythical object is rumored to be capable of amplifying an alchemist's abilities by leaps and bounds, thus allowing them to override the fundamental law of alchemy: to gain something, an alchemist must sacrifice something of equal value. Edward hopes to draw into the military's resources to find the fabled stone and restore his and Alphonse's bodies to normal. However, the Elric brothers soon discover that there is more to the legendary stone than meets the eye, as they are led to the epicenter of a far darker battle than they could have ever imagined. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Aniplex of America, Funimation -- 1,197,219 8.15
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood -- -- Bones -- 64 eps -- Manga -- Action Military Adventure Comedy Drama Magic Fantasy Shounen -- Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood -- "In order for something to be obtained, something of equal value must be lost." -- -- Alchemy is bound by this Law of Equivalent Exchange—something the young brothers Edward and Alphonse Elric only realize after attempting human transmutation: the one forbidden act of alchemy. They pay a terrible price for their transgression—Edward loses his left leg, Alphonse his physical body. It is only by the desperate sacrifice of Edward's right arm that he is able to affix Alphonse's soul to a suit of armor. Devastated and alone, it is the hope that they would both eventually return to their original bodies that gives Edward the inspiration to obtain metal limbs called "automail" and become a state alchemist, the Fullmetal Alchemist. -- -- Three years of searching later, the brothers seek the Philosopher's Stone, a mythical relic that allows an alchemist to overcome the Law of Equivalent Exchange. Even with military allies Colonel Roy Mustang, Lieutenant Riza Hawkeye, and Lieutenant Colonel Maes Hughes on their side, the brothers find themselves caught up in a nationwide conspiracy that leads them not only to the true nature of the elusive Philosopher's Stone, but their country's murky history as well. In between finding a serial killer and racing against time, Edward and Alphonse must ask themselves if what they are doing will make them human again... or take away their humanity. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Aniplex of America, Funimation -- 2,372,958 9.18
Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos -- -- Bones -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Action Adventure Comedy Drama Fantasy Magic Military Shounen -- Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos -- Chasing a runaway alchemist with strange powers, brothers Edward and Alphonse Elric stumble into the squalid valley of the Milos. The Milosians are an oppressed group that seek to reclaim their holy land from Creta: a militaristic country that forcefully annexed their nation. In the eye of the political storm is a girl named Julia Crichton, who emphatically wishes for the Milos to regain their strength and return to being a nation of peace. -- -- Befriending the girl, Edward and Alphonse find themselves in the midst of a rising resistance that involves the use of the very object they have been seeking all along—the Philosopher's Stone. However, their past experiences with the stone cause them reservation, and the brothers are unwilling to help. -- -- But as they discover the secrets behind Creta's intentions and questionable history, the brothers are drawn into the battle between the rebellious Milos, who desire their liberty, and the Cretan military, who seek absolute power. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- Movie - Jul 2, 2011 -- 154,554 7.31
Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos -- -- Bones -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Action Adventure Comedy Drama Fantasy Magic Military Shounen -- Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos -- Chasing a runaway alchemist with strange powers, brothers Edward and Alphonse Elric stumble into the squalid valley of the Milos. The Milosians are an oppressed group that seek to reclaim their holy land from Creta: a militaristic country that forcefully annexed their nation. In the eye of the political storm is a girl named Julia Crichton, who emphatically wishes for the Milos to regain their strength and return to being a nation of peace. -- -- Befriending the girl, Edward and Alphonse find themselves in the midst of a rising resistance that involves the use of the very object they have been seeking all along—the Philosopher's Stone. However, their past experiences with the stone cause them reservation, and the brothers are unwilling to help. -- -- But as they discover the secrets behind Creta's intentions and questionable history, the brothers are drawn into the battle between the rebellious Milos, who desire their liberty, and the Cretan military, who seek absolute power. -- -- Movie - Jul 2, 2011 -- 154,554 7.31
Phi Brain: Kami no Puzzle -- -- Sunrise -- 25 eps -- Original -- Action Game Mystery Shounen -- Phi Brain: Kami no Puzzle Phi Brain: Kami no Puzzle -- Kaito Daimon would be a completely average high school student except for one thing: he's a 'demon' at solving puzzles. Kaito is so brilliant, in fact, that when he's asked to take some 'special' tests of his unique ability, he immediately suspects that the test itself is a test. Kaito suddenly finds himself caught up in a lethal Philosopher's Puzzle made by the sinister group POG, a murderous maze of trap upon trap, where failing to solve the secret correctly will result in death! Fortunately, Kaito's skills prove up to the first test, both for himself and his childhood friend Nanoha, who is also caught up in the deadly scheme. But now that he has been designated as a Solver, he is pulled into a new life where he must travel the world with other Solvers, attempting to solve the latest deadly riddles left by POG. There's a new conundrum around every corner and each deception could lead to death, but once a riddle has been posed, you can count on Kaito to unfold, unravel and unlock it! -- -- (Source: Sentai Filmworks) -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- TV - Oct 2, 2011 -- 97,029 7.20
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