Just trying to get an idea of what everyone is into. I personally love philosophical pessimists such as Cioran.
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If I had to say only one, Noam Chomsky. Obviously the Greek and Roman philosophers have relevance even today and are interesting to study in an abstract way. Chomsky is still alive and is therefore more relevant to contemporary society. I think we should all develop our own philosophies based on our own moral values.