Famous People Who Died on December 4
Historian, Philosopher, Political Scientist, Scientist, Academic Author, Journalist / 1588 - 1679
Thomas Hobbes, an English philosopher in the 17th century, was best known for his book Leviathan (1651) and his political views on society.
Director, Songwriter, Guitarist, Music Producer / 1940 - 1993
Musician Frank Zappa made more than 60 albums during his career. Flouting convention and fusing musical genres, Zappa's music was often politically charged and intentionally shocking.
Business Leader / 1953 - 2011
Patricia Dunn served as a director and non-executive chairwoman of Hewlett-Packard before resigning in 2006, after receiving a criminal indictment stemming from a spying scandal.
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profile name: Thomas Hobbes profile occupation: Historian, Philosopher, Political Scientist, Scientist, Academic Author, Journalist
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profile name: Frank Zappa profile occupation: Director, Songwriter, Guitarist, Music Producer
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profile name: Karen Horney profile occupation: Academic, Psychiatrist, Journalist
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profile name: Hannah Arendt profile occupation: Philosopher, Academic Author
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profile name: Patricia Dunn profile occupation: Business Leader
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profile name: George Peabody profile occupation: Economist, Philanthropist
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