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PHILOLAUS OF TARENTUM PhilolAus of Tarentum was active in the latter half of
the fifth century B.C. He was said to have written one book, which was the first
published account of Pythagoreanism. The fragments attributed to him are in ...
... Heart, Navel, Genital Organ). The Head is the seat of the Mind, the 1 Gn6m6n:
here, a figure used in solving geometrical problems. Heath, Greek Mathematics, I.
p. 78; and Newbold, Philolaus, in Arch. fUr Gesch. der Phil. (1906) pp. 176 sqq.
(Claudianus Mamertus ($th century A.D.) purporting to quote from the third
volume of a treatise of Philolaus 'On Rhythm and Metre'). The soul is joined to the
body through Number and the immortal and likewise incorporeal Harmony .
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A definitely must read for any Philosophy student or anyone interested in knowing the origins of Western thought. Here you find all the known fragments of the early Greek Philosophers without ... Read full review