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Giorgio AgambenItalian philosopher who spoke out clearly criticism of the case for excessive social control at the start of COVID-19
Hannah ArendtPhilosopher
Raymond AronFrench sociologist who attended 3 Bilderbergs from 1957 to 1966
A.J. AyerBritish spook and later Oxford professor
Wendell BerryAmerican novelist, poet, essayist, environmental activist, cultural critic, and farmer.
Murray BookchinPhilosopher who founded the social ecology movement
Nick BostromSweden philosopher who first attended the Bilderberg in 2019.
James Burnham"The first neoconservative", spooky propagandist philosopher
Maria CarrilhoPortuguese pro-EU and pro-NATO politician and academic. Attended Bilderberg/1995.
Richard Coudenhove-KalergiThe founder of the first influential movement for a united Europe.
Ralf DahrendorfGerman born philosopher. Regular contributor to Bilderberg meetings.
Aleksandr Dugin
Dietrich EckartA German poet, playwright and philosopher who was a key influence on the development of Adolf Hitler's political philosophy
Michel Foucault
Roger Garaudy
Edward GoldsmithPioneering environmentalist with a hint of misanthropy.
Rebecca GoldsteinUS philosopher and author who attended her first Bilderberg in 2018.
Jürgen HabermasGerman philosopher and sociologist.
Sidney HookAmerican philosopher and anti-communist activist.
Srećko Horvat
Ivan IllichNot particularly celebrated during his lifetime, Illich was one of the most original thinkers of the 20th century, perhaps of all time.
Hans JonasGerman-born American Jewish philosopher
Leon Kass
Peter KropotkinAnarchist philosopher promoting a decentralized economic system based on mutual aid, mutual support, and voluntary cooperation
Michael Ledeen"Washington's neoconservative guru", Bilderberg, Le Cercle...
John LillyExperimented with psychedelic drugs, isolation tanks as a means of sensory deprivation. Also attempted communication between humans and dolphins.
Charles MalikLebanese diplomat and philosopher suspected to have visited Le Cercle.
Thomas MalthusThe father of depopulation justifications, both in British imperial ideology and among modern day billionaires.
Marshall McLuhan"The medium is the message"
John McMurtryJohn McMurtry is a professor of philosophy at Guelph university and a Fellow of the Canadian Royal Society
Onora O'NeillUK second generation Bilderberger, academic
Thorsten J. Pattberg
Karl PopperOne of the 20th century's most influential philosophers of science.
Jean-François Revel
John Ruskin
Bertrand RussellUK philosopher and pacifist
Jean-Paul Sartre
Roger Scruton
Vandana ShivaAnti-globalization and anti-GMO activist
Larry SiedentopUS=British political scientist who studied under Isaiah Berlin. Attended the 2001 Bilderberg meeting, the same year he wrote a book on "possible models of European democracy".
Dolf SternbergerGerman academic who attended the third and fourth Bilderbergs
Leo Strauss"The father of neoconservatism"
Henry David Thoreau
Rick Turner
Sayak Valencia
André VltchekAndre Vltchek is a philosopher, novelist, filmmaker and investigative journalist.
Slavoj Žižek
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