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*Pythagoras*.

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Pythagoras
Mathematician and Philosopherc. 582 B.C.E.–c. 500B.C.E.
Considered a mathematician, but foremost a philosopher, Pythagoras was a very important figure in mathematics, astronomy, musi...
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Pythagoras
PYTHAGORAS. The ancient tradition presents different images of Pythagoras (c. 570 BCE–c. 500 BCE) that hardly square with one another: philosopher and initiator of rational inquiry, ...
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Pythagoras
c. 550-480 B.C.
Greek philosopher and mathematician who founded a philosophical and religious movement based on the belief that all natural systems are determined by mystical numerical rela...
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Pythagoras
569?-475? B.C.
Greek Philosopher and Mathematician
Despite the fact that he is famous for the discovery of the theorem that bears his name, Pythagoras did not view himself primarily as a ma...
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Pythagoras and Pythagoreanism [addendum 1]
Scholarship on Pythagoras and early Pythagoreanism has undergone a revolutionary change in recent decades. On the one hand, we know much less about Pythagora...
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Pythagoras and Pythagoreanism [addendum 2]
Ideas of Pythagoras and his school (including Philolaos) became known to the Islamic and to a lesser degree to the Jewish world since the end of the ninth ce...
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Pythagoras and Pythagoreanism
Pythagoras was an Ionian Greek born on the island of Samos, probably about 570 BCE. His dislike of the policies of the Samian tyrant Polycrates caused him to immigrate to...
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The Greek philosopher, scientist, and religious teacher Pythagoras (ca. 575-ca. 495 BC) evolved a school of thought that accepted the transmigration of souls and established number as the principle in...
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So little is known about the life of Pythagoras that some historians have suggested that such a person did not exist and that the name was for a society of people who studied the mystical properties o...
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So little is known about the life of Pythagoras that some historians have suggested that such a person did not exist and that the name was for a society of people who studied the mystical properties o...
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Pythagoras' wide-ranging interests in mathematics, music, and astronomy mark him as a seminal figure in early western civilization's intellectual development. In the realm of mathematics, he developed...
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As is true of another enormously charismatic and influential ancient Greek philosopher -- Socrates -- Pythagoras seems to have written nothing; certainly nothing reliably attributed to him survives. S...
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Pythagorasc. 570 B.C.–c. 500 B.C.
Greek philosopher.
Introduction
Although much of his life and thought has been obscured by spurious and often contradictory evidence, Pythagoras is nevertheles...
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Pythagorasc. 570 B.C.–c. 500 B.C.
Greek philosopher.
Introduction
Although much of his life and thought has been obscured by spurious and often contradictory evidence, Pythagoras is nevertheles...
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Pythagorasc. 570 B.C.–c. 500 B.C.
Greek philosopher.
Introduction
Although much of his life and thought has been obscured by spurious and often contradictory evidence, Pythagoras is nevertheles...
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There have been countless mathematicians whose dedication and consistent effort has impacted the area of mathematics, of which is Pythagoras of Samos. The Book, Ancient Science Through the Golden Age...
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Pythagoras is known as one of the world's first pure mathematicians. He is also considered one of the founding fathers of Geometry.
Pythagoras of Samos was born sometime around 569 BC. The society ...
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