Teachers are inevitable part of our lives. They play a significant role in the formative years of our development, in one way or the other. When we are young, our teachers play the role of ‘second parent’, taking care of us and showing us the right path to success. When we grow older, they help us achieve our targeted goals and guide us in such a way that life’s toughest challenges seem easier to accomplish. They prove to be the moral guide for us. They recognize the talents of their students, sharpen it, and give it the proper shape, which can prove productive.
Teacher’s Day is dedicated to all those teachers, who have brought about untamed talents of their students and helped them in their overall development. A person becomes famous when he/she is exceptionally good in a particular field. Some teachers have also become well known in the world, for their unmatched achievements and dedication to the sacred profession of teaching. They have been the role models for those, who wish to take up teaching as their profession. The famous teachers committed themselves totally towards the development of their students. Go through our related section and learn all about the life of some of the famous teachers in the world.
Some of the famous teachers of the world have set them as a role model by living the life of a whiz kid and making unparalleled contributions to the prosperity of humankind. Albert Einstein is one such great personality, who is remembered for his works in the field of physical science.
Aristotle was a Greek Philosopher. A disciple of Plato, Aristotle is famous for his writings on a plethora of subjects, including physics, metaphysics, poetry, theater, music, logic, rhetoric, politics, government, ethics, biology and zoology. He held the distinction of being the creator of Western philosophy, in collaboration with Plato and Socrates.
Ayn Rand was a Russian-American novelist and philosopher. Ayn Rand’s more famous novels include the following ‘Atlas Shrugged’, ‘The Fountainhead’, ‘Anthem’, ‘We The Living’. Ayn Rand died on March 6, 1982, leaving behind the legacy of her brilliant work. She shot to fame with her best-selling novels and by developing a philosophical system called ‘Objectivism’.
Famous throughout the world as a Chinese thinker and social philosopher, Confucius laid great emphasis on personal and governmental morality. He believed in the rightness of social relationships, fairness and honesty. With time, his way of thought came to be developed into a system of philosophy, known as Confucianism, which had a deep influence on Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Taiwanese and Vietnamese thought and life.
An Italian physicist, mathematician, astronomer, and philosopher, Galileo Galilee is best known for his major role in the Scientific Revolution. An ardent supporter of Copernicanism, he brought about great improvements in the telescope as well as the consequent astronomical observations.
Sir Isaac Newton
One of the most renowned physicists of all times, Sir Isaac Newton is also credited as a great mathematician, astronomer, natural philosopher, alchemist, and theologian. Through his Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica, he laid down the groundwork for most of classical mechanics.