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  1. Agathon (3124 bytes)
    1: ... (Plato)|Symposium]]'' and ''[[Protagoras (Plato)|Protagoras]]''. Pausanias followed Agathon to the court of...
    2: original, not, as usually, borrowed from mythological subjects.
    4: ...is intimacy with Aristophanes doubtless saved him from many well-deserved strictures, though in one of...
    6: Agathon was a friend of [[Euripides]], accompanying him to the cou...
    12: ...and Influence on Civilization'', volume 1, by [[Alfred Bates]]. ([[London]]: [[Historical Publishing C...
  2. Alcibiades (7778 bytes)
    8: From [[Protagoras]], [[Prodicus]], and others he learnt to laugh at...
    18: From this time he took a prominent part in Athenian ...
    19: Originally friendly to [[Sparta]], he subsequently became the l...
    37: ...t [[Antiochus]], led the Athenians to dismiss him from his command.
    45: ** There are two dialogues from antiquity titled "Alcibiades", ascribed to [[Pl...
  3. Human (48024 bytes)
    24: Humans have an erect body carriage that frees the upper limbs for manipulating objects, a hi...
    30: ... [[state]]s down to [[Family|families]], and also from the [[community]] to the [[self]]. Seeking to [...
    54: ...species of [[chimpanzee]]s should be reclassified from ''[[Pan troglodytes]]'' and ''[[Pan paniscus]]'...
    56: ...had]] and seems to indicate an earlier divergence from the ape lineage.
    58: ... genome is significantly affected by assimilation from archaic humans (i.e., 80% of loci may have some...
  4. Plato (17363 bytes)
    8: ...nsists of a series of footnotes to Plato." -- [[Alfred North Whitehead]], Process and Reality, 1929]]
    12: ...es"; however, his [[nickname]], Plato, originated from wrestling. Since "Plato" means ''broad'', it pr...
    18: ...s]]... some however say that it received its name from an ancient hero." (Robinson, Arch. Graec. I i 1...
    29: ...hereas his later writing increasingly breaks away from the views of his former teacher. In the middle ...
    31: ... dialogue distances both Plato and a given reader from the philosophy being discussed; one can choose ...
  5. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    9: *[[Jacob Friedrich von Abel]], (1751-1829)
    55: *[[Francesco Algarotti]], (1712-1764)
    62: *[[Henri-Fré¤İric Amiel]], (1821-1881)
    109: *[[Georg Anton Friedrich Ast]], (1778-1841)
    122: *[[Alfred Ayer|Alfred Jules Ayer]], (1910-1989){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}{{fn|R...
  6. Scientific method (40667 bytes)
    1: ... the form of [[theory|theories]]. [[Prediction]]s from these theories are tested by [[experiment]]. If...
    6: ... of methods for scientific inquiry is indivisible from the development of science.
    9: ...hilosophical ideas of this time were mostly freed from the constraints of everyday phenomena and commo...
    13: ...dent ''verification''. In the [[17th century]], [[Francis Bacon]] attempted to describe a rational pro...
    15: ...h wings, but rather hung with weights, to keep it from leaping and flying. Now this has never been don...

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