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Ancient Greek medicine

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Ancient Greek medicine was a compilation of theories and practices that were constantly ... Another way ancient Greeks sought relief from their ailments was through help from the healing god Asclepi...

On "Nature" and "Theory": A Discourse with the Ancient Greeks

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The Greeks had a word for it, physis, first used in a prominent way by Heraclitus, ... Growth occurs on its own, undisturbed, but according to a predetermined and ...

80.05.11: The Origin of Life:Ahistory of Ancient Greek Theories

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The purpose of this unit is not to impart scientific knowledge for its own sake. Rather, it is ... These questions had always been pondered by the ancient Greeks .

Major Theories Of History From The Greeks To Marxism

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Historical materialists would be untrue to their own principles if they failed to .... Thucydides, the pre-eminent Greek historian, declared that he had written his ...

Roots and Theories of the Doctrine of Ethos - CHARIS - Wisconsin ...

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The Greek culture had its own musical ideas. In fact, the Greek philosophers expanded their theories beyond the soothing powers of music to the ethical powers ...

Ancient Greek Astronomy - Crystalinks

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Greek astronomy is understood to include the ancient Greek, Hellenistic, ... to ethnic Greeks, as the Greek language had become the language of scholarship throughout ... and theories gradually gleaned from their older neighbors across the sea, ... One early and popular cult, that of Orpheus, developed its own of gods and ...

Greek theories on eugenics - Journal of Medical Ethics

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suggested that the ancient Greeks had contributed ... supplying their city states with the finest possible ..... criticizes Plato's views and then proposes his own.

Ancient Visions

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... had all opted, in their own different ways, for an incorrect theory of vision. ... The ancient greeks had already noticed this "fire" gleaming in animals' eyes ( Pliny ...

Ancient Greek Philosophy | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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Thus, the Sophists had no small influence on fifth century Greece and Greek thought. .... As a result of showing so many people their own ignorance, or at least trying to, .... Thus, any pronouncement about Plato's “theory” of this or that must be ...

History of Evolution | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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Although the modern theory of biological evolution by natural selection is well ... Thus for Darwin there is no sharp distinction between a new variation and a new ... The Greeks had, it is true, no term exactly equivalent to " evolution"; but when .... and end, all in all remains unmixed in his own essence, transcendent thoug...

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Ancient Astronomy, Science And The Ancient Greeks - Explorable.com

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The Ancient Greeks were the driving force behind the development of western ... and science, their philosophers learning from the work of others and adding their own ... Perhaps they saw their theories as reading the mind of the gods and ... but we have to remember that Anaximander had no concept of gravity, and could ...

Greek Mathematics - The Story of Mathematics

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But they soon started to make important contributions in their own right and, for the first ... By the Hellenistic period, the Greeks had presided over one of the most .... that give mathematics its power and ensures that proven theories are as true ...

Greek Philosophy - Ancient History Encyclopedia

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Jun 11, 2013 ... Their main concern was to come up with a cosmological theory purely based on ... Before the time of Socrates, philosophers' main concern had been the .... since the outcome of our attempt is not fully under our own control.