Nay, even that school which is most accused of atheism doth most demonstrate religion; that is, the school of Leucippus and Democritus
In the nests of Arabian birds was the aspilates, that, according to Democritus
, kept the wearer from any danger by fire.
Hellanicus and Cleanthes say his father was Maeon, but Eugaeon says Meles; Callicles is for Mnesagoras, Democritus
of Troezen for Daemon, a merchant-trader.
5-6: "Now being brought together by love into a single orderly arrangement,/Now being borne asunder by the hostility of strife"; Democritus
A16: "Leucippus and Democritus
The essays themselves fall into a number of categories, the first of which comprises those which explore Bacon's relationship with the past, such as Reid Barbour's tracing of his on/off relationship with Democritus
and Atomism, and Michael McCanles's consideration of his debt to late medieval nominalism and transcendental mysticism.
, Empedocles, Thales, Heraclitus, and even Plato and Aristotle had a profound interest in and knowledge of scientific theories of their own times; in Greek thought in general it is impossible to ignore the coincidence of philosophy and speculation in the natural sciences.
Fatouros of Democritus
University of Thrace, Komotini, Greece, and associates.
THE first fellows to suss that there were tiny bits of stuff called atoms buzzing busily about all over the place were a couple of smart old Greeks name of Leucippus and Democritus
We meet the Greek philosopher Democritus
, who, in the 5th century B.
The large cast of players in Foster's "literary detective story" ranges from Democritus
and Epicurus through Feuerbach, Malthus, and Darwin to Engels, Bukharin, Bernal, Haldane, Caudwell, and many more.
There Epicurus learned about the atomism of Democritus
and "undisturbedness" as a goal of life from Nausiphanes.
This is the collection of twelve magic tricks ascribed to Democritus