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Bryson  

Wilbur R. Knorr

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Dec 2015
Bryson (early 4th cent. bce), of Heraclea (3) Pontica, a sophist associated with the following of *Euclides (1) of Megara, he is criticized by Aristotle for an allegedly fallacious quadrature of the ... More

Hypatia  

G. J. Toomer

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Dec 2015
Woman learned in mathematics, astronomy, and philosophy (d. 415 ce). Daughter of the mathematician *Theon(4) of *Alexandria (1), she revised the third book of his Commentary on the ... More

Leucippus (3), Greek scientist, 2nd half of 5th cent. BCE  

David John Furley

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Mar 2016
Leucippus (3), originator of the atomic theory in the second half of the 5th cent. bce. His birthplace is reported to be *Elea, *Abdera, or *Miletus (Diog. Laert. 9. 30), but all of these ... More

Pythagoras (1), Pythagoreanism  

Charles H. Kahn and Fritz Graf

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Mar 2016
Pythagoras, son of Mnesarchus, one of the most mysterious and influential figures in Greek intellectual history, was born in *Samos in the mid-6th cent. bce and migrated to *Croton in ... More

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