March 29 - March 29, 2011 Greek Philosophy Wout/Explain...

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March 29, 2011 Greek Philosophy Wout/Explain [3pts] 1.)Life 2.) 3.) Superstion Method: 1.) observation 2.) systematic analysis 3) Pure reason Natural Order:Have the idea that in the creation of life in this planet there are levels leading into humanity and that everything else ranks below ir. Divine Intervention: lack of devine intervention. A reson, not just gods will. Pre socratics Thales [2pts] ca 625 537 bce “father”: father of greek philosophy, first in recorded history. [2pts] 1.) water is a fundamental substance 2.) believes that water is the single one necessary ingredient for life on earth. Heraclitus [2pts] ca 540- 480 bce 1.) Universe has no. ...: nothing stays the same; flux. Universe is constantly changing 2.) there is a greek guiding force in the universe but is impersonal Leucippus ca. 500 bce physical reality consists of tiny particles that are in constant movement and cannot be seen with the naked eye; a tomos Pythagoras ca. 580- 500 bce claims all universal relation ships can be expressed through numbers Hippocrates [3pts] ca. 460- 377 bce 1.) studied the influence of diet and environment on your health 2.) believed the human body was made up primarily of humours (fluid) 3.) decreed basic difference between men and women were womens ability to handle fluids. Uterus: be lieved that the uterus was a moving organ, it traveled throughout the body and was
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This note was uploaded on 08/31/2011 for the course HUM 2230 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Seminole State College.

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