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Em·ped·o·cles(ĕm-pĕd′ə-klēz′) Fifth century bc.
Greek philosopher who believed that all matter is composed of earth, air, fire and water, and that all change is caused by attraction and repulsion.
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(Biography) ?490–430 bc, Greek philosopher and scientist, who held that the world is composed of four elements, air, fire, earth, and water, which are governed by the opposing forces of love and discord
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c490–c430 B.C., Greek philosopher and statesman.
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|Noun||1.||Empedocles - Greek philosopher who taught that all matter is composed of particles of fire and water and air and earth (fifth century BC)|
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Empedocles[ɛmˈpɛdəˌkliːz] n → Empedocle m
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