Theology of the ancient Greek philosophers
 

  ARISTOTLE

DEMOCRITUS

HERACLITUS

 PARMENIDES

 PYTHAGORAS

 XENOPHANES

 THALES OF MILETUS

 SOCRATES


PYTHAGORAS sixth century B.C.

Greek philosopher and mathematician who founded in southern Italy a school that emphasized the study of musical harmony and geometry.He proved the universal validity of the Pythagorean theorem and is considered the first true mathematician "all is number," meaning that all existing things can be ultimately reduced to number relationships; the dependence of the dynamics of world structure on the interaction of contraries, or pairs of opposites, the first of which is the even-odd relationship essential to numbers.

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