"I am us." - Adrian LeMors
Adrian LeMors was born on the 3rd of November, 1893, in the Shirak Province of Armenia. In 1920, he emigrated to America, and lived in New York for a period. He is notable for his philosophy of human nature, in which he says all people are made up of conflicting opposites. This is believed to have been inspired by Hegel. He believed in the community as the culmination of individuals and that people are only significant in their relations to other people. He is best known for his cryptic statement: "I am us."
He also wrote poetry, and some of his philosophical ideas are outlined in his poems. He never published any however, and they were originally only read by his immediate circle of friends.
He died in January, 1956.
He also wrote an autobiography, which has only been recently discovered.