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2a. (The sun is broad) like a leaf. (Spurious) 3. Air is near to the incorporeal; and
since we come into being by an efflux from this (air), it is bound to be both non-
limited and rich so that it never fails. i4. PYTHAGORAS OF SAMOS Pythagoras of
It was a rule that discoveries were referred to Pythagoras himself; and
Pythagoras left no writings. 59. ANAXAGORAS OF CLAZOMENAE Anaxagoras of
Clazomenae was in his prime about 460 B.C. He wrote one book, which was on
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(Proclus: Pythagoras and Epicurus agree with Cratylus, but Democritus and
Aristotle agree with Hermogenes, the former that names arise by nature, the latter
that they arise by chance. Pythagoras thought that the Soul gave the names, ...
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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