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- Adam Smith : Scottish moral philosopher and political economist (1723-1790), a major contributor to the modern perception of free market economics; author of Wealth of Nations (1776).
- Denis Diderot : Enlightenment philosophe and Editor in Chief of the Encyclopédie.
- History of economic thought : the historical development of economic thinking.
- Ibn Khaldun : (1332 - 1406) An Arab writer from North Africa noted for his philosophy of history, whose works were rediscovered in the 19th century and translated into western languages.
- Marginalist Revolution : The establishment of a Neoclassical approach to economic theory, commonly ascribed to 1871-74, when the concept of 'diminishing marginal utility' was introduced to pin down the character of demand.
- Reformation : The major religious revolution in Western Europe in the 16th century, led by Martin Luther, John Calvin and other Protestants.
- Socrates : (ca. 470–399 BCE) Greek philosopher who is credited with laying the foundations of western philosophy; sentenced to death in Athens for heresy.