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The Ancient World Pythagoras c. 569 BCE. – c. 475 BCE. Pre-Socratics in Ancient Greece (5 th century BCE.) Empedocles 492 BCE. – 432 BCE. Democritus 460 BCE. – 370 BCE. Leucippus c. 430 BCE. Ancient Greece…Continued… (5 th , 4 th and 3 rd centuries BCE.) Plato 428 BCE. – 348 BCE. Aristotle 384 BCE. – 322 BCE. Epicurus 342 BCE. – 270 BCE. Patristic Period (2 nd , 3 rd , 4 th and 5 th centuries CE.) Ptolemy 90 CE. – 168 CE. Tertullian 155 CE. – 220 CE. Constantine 280 CE. – 337 CE. Council of Nicaea 325 CE. St. Augustine 354 CE. – 430 CE. Early Middle Ages (500-1000) Period of turmoil; natural philosophy at an all time low Middle Middle Ages (11 th and 12 th centuries) Stability New Schools and universities Harmonize Plato’s vision of the cosmos with the account given in genesis New emphasis on Latin classics New texts being translated from Arabic and Greek (to Latin), especially Aristotle’s works Late Middle Ages (13 th century and on) All of Aristotle has been translated; complicates relationship b/n Christianity and philosophy
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Unformatted text preview: Up until this point, Platonic thought had been dominant Now Church must assimilate new translated texts (Aristotle) In this period, Averroes (1126-1198) is translated. Legal reforms. Inquisition established in the early 13 th century to persecute heresy; witches prosecuted beginning in the14 th century. Albertus Magnus 1206-1280 Roger Bacon 1214 – 1292 Thomas Aquinas 1225 – 1274 Raymond Lull 1235 – 1315 John of Rupescissa 1356 Hermes Trismegistus’ Pimander translated 1471 Nicholas Copernicus 1473 - 1543 Agrippa 1486 – 1535 Malleus Maleficarum 1486 Paracelsus 1493 – 1541 Martin Luther’s 95 Theses 1517 John Dee 1527 – 1608 Council of Trent 1545 - 1563 Giordano Bruno 1548 - 1600 Climax of the witchcraft craze 1560 – 1660 Galileo 1564 – 1642 Tycho Brahe 1564 – 1601 Johannes Kepler 1572 – 1630 Pierre Gassendi 1592 - 1655 Rene Descartes 1596 - 1650 Robert Boyle 1627 - 1691 John Locke 1632 - 1704 Isaac Newton 1642 - 1727...
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