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Unformatted text preview: holds his Timaeus, a book we'll talk about soon. Plato's student Aristotle , the man of good sense, stands next to him. He is holding his Ethics in one hand and holding out the other in a gesture of moderation, the golden mean . Euclid is shown with compass, lower right. He is the Greek mathematician whose Elements we'll mention often....
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