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  • Democritus of Abdera (c. 460-370 BCE), a city on the coast of Greece, was a a student Because Leucippus left only a few scraps of writing, but Democritus is comparatively well served with some fifty extant fragments, it is with h
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Democritus]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • Democritus of Abdera (c. 460-370 BCE), a city on the coast of Greece, was a a student Because Leucippus left only a few scraps of writing, but Democritus is comparatively well served with some fifty extant fragments, it is with h
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  • ...oniki Museum of Technology; [http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/democritus/ Democritus] Sylvia Berryman (2004). Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy; John Gribbin ...krit works of Kanda describing discontinuous matter, the Greek philosopher Democritus who proposed water as empty space with smooth balls he called atoms gliding
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  • ...jagged, would cling together to form a solid body....The atomic theory of Democritus was pure speculation, and was much too general to be useful. Dalton's atomi
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  • ...|atomist]] [[physics]], following in the footsteps of the early atomists [[Democritus]] and [[Leucippus]]. Relying on consequences of this physics he developed a ...mism, rather than Democritus.<ref>X.4</ref> It is now widely accepted that Democritus, either alone or following [[Leucippus]], first based a philosophy on atomi
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  • He learned philosophy in the [[Ionian school]], and was perhaps a pupil of [[Democritus]], though this is doubtful on chronological grounds. He was an older contem
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  • ...s (b. ca. 460 BCE)]] ([http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/fall2010/entries/democritus/ Berryman 2010]); and, [[Epicurus|Epicurus (341-270 BCE)]] ([http://plato.s ...chic ones fell under the scope of its explanation. Life and soul are also, Democritus thought, manifestations of atoms. The atoms responsible are lighter and fin
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  • ...s]]<ref name=ldemocritussep>[http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/democritus/ Democritus]. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.</ref>) and first established on a ex ...f> <ref name=ldemocritussep>[http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/democritus/ Democritus]. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.</ref>) idea that all matter in the u
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  • [[Leucippus]] (5th century BCE) - [[Democritus of Abdera]] (460-370 BCE)
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  • ...sophers of interest included <!-- in no particular order --> [[Thales]], [[Democritus]], [[Leucippus]] [[Heraclitus]], [[Anaximander]], [[Zeno]] and [[Parmenides
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  • ...pocrates visited because of accusations of mental dysfunction and declared Democritus the sanest man in town &mdash; became ‚Äúthe emporium of the silver trade‚Ä ...nknown views of the father of modern medicine, Hippocrates and his teacher Democritus.] ''Hell J Nucl Med.'' 11(1):2-4. PMID 18392218</ref>
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  • ...nknown views of the father of modern medicine, Hippocrates and his teacher Democritus. ''Hell J Nucl Med'' 11(1):2-4. [http://nuclmed.web.auth.gr/magazine/eng/ja
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  • ...terialism dates back to ancient Greece, some 2 millennia and a half ago. [[Democritus]], who formulated, with [[Leucippus]], the atomist doctrine "had a remarkab | title = Democritus-scientific wizard of the 5th century bc
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  • <tr><th>Vendredi<th>5<td>[[Lycurgus]]<td>[[Sophocles]]<td>[[Democritus]]<td>[[Galen]]<td>[[Xenophon]]
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  • ...er completing his doctoral thesis (which dealt with the atomic theories of Democritus and Epicurus), he turned to journalism and began writing for the ''Rheinisc
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