“The safest general characterization of the European philosophical tradition is that it consists of a series of footnotes to Plato.”
–Alfred North Whitehead

A Rendition of Raphael’s “School of Athens”

A doctoral student in the course I co-taught last semester (Brief History of Western Thought) created this wonderful drawing based on Raphael’s “School of Athens.” Several of the figures are renditions of the students and faculty in our class. I thought I’d share it. Any guesses which one is me?

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5 responses to “A Rendition of Raphael’s “School of Athens””

  1. David Avatar

    It’s a beautiful piece of work. The resolution isn’t good enough for me to make out the faces when I blow it up, so I can’t find you.

    1. Matthew David Segall Avatar

      Oh, sorry about that! I’m the one right of center on the top level, stepping down the stairs.

  2. personalbart1@gmail.com Avatar
    personalbart1@gmail.com

    Great…… Where are you?

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    1. Matthew David Segall Avatar

      top level, right of center, stepping down the stairs. Becca is two the the right of me.

  3. eckhardsiepmannonlinehomede Avatar

    nein nein, du bist der guy rechts obere reihe, das kinn auf das handgelenk gestützt

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