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  1. Pythagoras of Samos: Ancient Greek Logodynamics by Gregory Zorzos, 2009-05-02
  2. Pythagoras, der Weise von Samos: Ein Lebensbild (German Edition) by Eduard Baltzer, 1983
  3. People From Samos Prefecture: Ancient Samians, Pythagoras, Epicurus, Aristarchus of Samos, Conon of Samos, Aesop, Melissus of Samos
  4. Samos The Island of Pythagoras by No Author, 1995
  5. Samos ~ Pythagoras' Island: Tourist Guide by Not Stated, 1981-01-01
  6. The Golden Verses of Pythagoras and Other Pythagorean Fragments (Dodo Press) by Pythagoras of Samos, 2008-11-14
  7. PYTHAGORAS AND PYTHAGOREANISM: An entry from Gale's <i>Encyclopedia of Philosophy</i> by W. Guthrie, 2006
  8. PYTHAGORAS: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Encyclopedia of Religion</i> by Bruno Centrone, 2005
  9. Pythagoras: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Macmillan Reference USA Science Library: Mathematics</i> by William Arthur Atkins, Philip Edward Koth, 2002
  10. Pythagoras: An entry from Gale's <i>Science and Its Times</i> by Judson Knight, 2001
  11. PYTHAGORAS AND THE PYTHAGOREANS: An entry from Gale's <i>Arts and Humanities Through the Eras</i>
  12. PYTHAGORAS: An entry from Charles Scribner's Sons' <i>Encyclopedia of Food and Culture</i> by Mikal E. Saltveit, 2003
  13. PYTHAGORAS: An entry from Gale's <i>Arts and Humanities Through the Eras</i>
  14. PYTHAGORAS AND PYTHAGOREANISM [ADDENDUM 1]: An entry from Gale's <i>Encyclopedia of Philosophy</i> by Charles Kahn, 2006

1. Pythagoras Of Samos 580-500 BC
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4. Pythagoras Summary
Detailed biography, including pictures, from the MacTutor History of Mathematics archive.
Pythagoras of Samos
about 569 BC - about 475 BC
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to see eleven larger pictures Pythagoras was a Greek philosopher who made important developments in mathematics, astronomy, and the theory of music. The theorem now known as Pythagoras's theorem was known to the Babylonians 1000 years earlier but he may have been the first to prove it. Full MacTutor biography [Version for printing] List of References (27 books/articles) Some Quotations Mathematicians born in the same country Show birthplace location Honours awarded to Pythagoras
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  • 5. Pythagoras - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Pythagoras of Samos (c. 570c. 495 BC) was an Ionian Greek philosopher and founder of the religious movement called Pythagoreanism. Most of the information about Pythagoras
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search "Pythagoras of Samos" redirects here. For the Samian statuary, see Pythagoras (sculptor) For other uses, see Pythagoras (disambiguation) Pythagoras (╬á¤ů╬Ş╬▒╬│¤î¤ü╬▒¤é)
    Bust of Pythagoras of Samos in the Capitoline Museums Rome Full name Pythagoras (╬á¤ů╬Ş╬▒╬│¤î¤ü╬▒¤é) Born c. 570 BC
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    Era Ancient philosophy Region Western philosophy School Pythagoreanism Main interests Metaphysics Music Mathematics Ethics ... Politics Notable ideas Musica universalis Golden ratio Pythagorean tuning Pythagorean theorem Influenced by Thales Anaximander Pherecydes Influenced Philolaus Alcmaeon Parmenides Plato ... Kepler Pythagoras of Samos Greek O Pythagoras o Samios , "Pythagoras the Samian ", or simply ; c. 570-c. 495 BC ) was an Ionian Greek philosopher mathematician , and founder of the religious movement called Pythagoreanism . Most of the information about Pythagoras was written down centuries after he lived, thus very little reliable information is known about him. He was born on the island of Samos , and may have travelled widely in his youth, visiting Egypt and other places seeking knowledge. He had a teacher named

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    7. Pythagoras ÔÇô Wikipedia
    Eine Zusammenfassung des Schaffens von Pythagoras. Es wird auch auf Grunds tze der Pythagor er eingegangen.
    aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklop├Ądie Wechseln zu: Navigation Suche Dieser Artikel behandelt den antiken Philosophen und Mathematiker. Zu weiteren Bedeutungen siehe Pythagoras (Begriffskl├Ąrung) Nachempfundene B├╝ste des Pythagoras; Kapitolinische Museen Rom Pythagoras von Samos griechisch ) (* um 570 v. Chr.; ÔÇá nach 510 v. Chr. in Metapont in der Basilicata ) war ein antiker griechischer Philosoph Vorsokratiker ) und Gr├╝nder einer einflussreichen religi├Âs-philosophischen Bewegung. Als Vierzigj├Ąhriger verlie├č er seine griechische Heimat und wanderte nach Unteritalien aus. Dort gr├╝ndete er eine Schule und bet├Ątigte sich auch politisch. Trotz intensiver Bem├╝hungen der Forschung geh├Ârt er noch heute zu den r├Ątselhaftesten Pers├Ânlichkeiten der Antike. Manche Historiker z├Ąhlen ihn zu den Pionieren der beginnenden griechischen Philosophie Mathematik und Naturwissenschaft, andere meinen, er sei vorwiegend oder ausschlie├člich ein Verk├╝nder religi├Âser Lehren gewesen. M├Âglicherweise konnte er diese Bereiche verbinden. Die nach ihm benannten Pythagoreer blieben auch nach seinem Tod kulturgeschichtlich bedeutsam.

    8. Pythagoras Biography
    Biography of Pythagoras (BB^Yabout 475 BC) Born about 569 BC in Samos, Ionia Died about 475 BC. Click the picture above
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    Pythagoras of Samos is often described as the first pure mathematician. He is an extremely important figure in the development of mathematics yet we know relatively little about his mathematical achievements. Unlike many later Greek mathematicians, where at least we have some of the books which they wrote, we have nothing of Pythagoras's writings. The society which he led, half religious and half scientific, followed a code of secrecy which certainly means that today Pythagoras is a mysterious figure. We do have details of Pythagoras's life from early biographies which use important original sources yet are written by authors who attribute divine powers to him, and whose aim was to present him as a god-like figure. What we present below is an attempt to collect together the most reliable sources to reconstruct an account of Pythagoras's life. There is fairly good agreement on the main events of his life but most of the dates are disputed with different scholars giving dates which differ by 20 years. Some historians treat all this information as merely legends but, even if the reader treats it in this way, being such an early record it is of historical importance. Pythagoras's father was Mnesarchus ([ ] and [ ]), while his mother was Pythais [

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    11. Pythagoras Of Samos Biography
    Pythagoras, the son of Mnesarchus and Pythais, was born on the island of Samos, off the coast of Asia Minor (what is now mostly Turkey), about 569 BC. Besides his contributions to
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    Pythagoras of Samos Pictures - Portrait of Pythagoras Public Domain - With gratitude to School Mathematics/Statistics University of St Andrews, Scotland More Images zSB(3,3) Pythagoras, the son of Mnesarchus and Pythais, was born on the island of Samos, off the coast of Asia Minor (what is now mostly Turkey), about 569 BC. Pythais was a native of Samos. Mnesarchus was a merchant from Tyre. An apocryphal story says that he brought grain to Samos during a famine and was granted citizenship of Samos out of gratitude. Pythagoras probably had at least two brothers, perhaps three. Little is known about his childhood. He apparently grew up on Samos, but traveled with his father. It has been said he and his father returned to Tyre on at least one occasion and also traveled to Italy. He was well educated, learning to read and play the lyre. It is said that while in Tyre, he studied with the Chaldaeans and the learned men of Syria. At home, he was influenced by his teacher, the philosopher, Pherekydes. Another apocryphal tale has him visiting Miletus in his late teenage years to study with Thales. By this time, Thales was a very old man, who probably did not teach Pythagoras a lot, but may have greatly influenced him. Thales's student, Anaximander was giving lectures on Miletus and quite possibly, Pythagoras attended these lectures. Anaximander had great interest in geometry and cosmology, subjects which would strongly influence Pythagoras's own views.

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    13. Pythagoras (Stanford Encyclopedia Of Philosophy)
    Pythagoras, one of the most famous and controversial ancient Greek philosophers, lived from ca. 570 to ca. 490 BCE. He spent his early years on the island of Samos, off the coast
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    First published Wed Feb 23, 2005; substantive revision Fri Nov 13, 2009 Pythagoras, one of the most famous and controversial ancient Greek philosophers, lived from ca. 570 to ca. 490 BCE. He spent his early years on the island of Samos, off the coast of modern Turkey. At the age of forty, however, he emigrated to the city of Croton in southern Italy and most of his philosophical activity occurred there. Pythagoras wrote nothing, nor were there any detailed accounts of his thought written by contemporaries. By the first centuries BCE, moreover, it became fashionable to present Pythagoras in a largely unhistorical fashion as a semi-divine figure, who originated all that was true in the Greek philosophical tradition, including many of Plato's and Aristotle's mature ideas. A number of treatises were forged in the name of Pythagoras and other Pythagoreans in order to support this view. It remains controversial whether he also engaged in the rational cosmology that is typical of the Presocratic philosopher/scientists and whether he was in any sense a mathematician. The early evidence suggests, however, that Pythagoras presented a cosmos that was structured according to moral principles and significant numerical relationships and may have been akin to conceptions of the cosmos found in Platonic myths, such as those at the end of the

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    á The famous Greek philosopher mathematician Pythagoras was born circa 570 B.C. on Samos an island lying off the western coast of Asia Minor. Samos was at this time one of the colonies that had been developed by the city states of ancient Greece centred upon Asia Minor and the islands lying off its coasts. Such colonisation had been encouraged moreso by population pressures and political turmoils in ancient Greece rather than by the prospect of trading opportunities.
    á At this remove it is difficult to be precise about Pythagoras and his background, 570 B.C. is rather a long time ago and records were not really maintained even about prominent or controversial figures.
    á It is suggested that his mother came from amongst the colonial Greeks of Samos but that his father was a Phoenician craftsperson from Tyre who worked with precious metals and who had been granted citizenship rights after bringing corn to Samos at a time of famine.
    á Pythagoras seems to have had an impressive birthmark on his thigh that, amongst his fellows, was held to be a mark of divine favour - he was considered to have had a "Golden Thigh."

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    Copyright 2009 LessonSnips www.lessonsnips. com Pythagoras of Samos Pythagoras was born around 569 BCE and died around 475 BCE. The exact dates of his birth and death are not known.

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    17. Pythagoras
    Pythagoras of Samos ~580 B.C. to ~500 B.C. Final Paper. Math G. Dr. Ian Walton. Compiled By Nazih Malak. Date 02May-01
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    Pythagoras of Samos ~580 B.C. to ~500 B.C. Final Paper Math G Dr. Ian Walton Compiled By: Nazih Malak Date: 02-May-01 Pythagoras I first heard of Pythagoras back in middle school around 12 years ago in my school back home in Lebanon and his name went anonymous until last semester.Pythagorass name re-appeared when I took a Geometry class math B here at Mission College.So who is this man? Pythagoras is considered to be the first real mathematician. As an extremely important Greek philosopher and mathematician and founder of the Pythagorean School, but very few information is known about him and his life. The Pythagorean view of the world consisted of a belief that numbers were the keys to the various qualities of mankind and matter. In the Pythagorean view, everything was composed of numbers, the explanation for any objects existence could only be found in numbers. This was a completely novel concept, because at that time, numbers existed for practical purposes only, as a device for solving problems in calendar construction, building and commerce. Pythagoreans were the first who saw a number as an idea, important in itself. They also made a distinction between logistic (art of computation) and arithmetic (number theory).

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    Pythagoras' Theorem You might like to do Activity 2 before you continue. Background Firstly, we need to appreciate that Pythagoras did not discover the relationship between the

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    Pythagoras of Samos By Stuart Nickerson . Pythagoras of Samos is one of the first early mathematicians and astronomers. He lived from around 560 to 480 B.C. in Greece.
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    Georg Simon Ohm was born to Johann Wolfgang Ohm and Maria Elizabeth Beck in 1787 in Erlangen. His father, Johann Wolfgang, was a self-taught man in mathematics, physics, chemistry, and philosophy brought this knowledge to his children. Georg Simon learned more science from his father than he did at Erlangen Gymnasium. Ohm entered the University of Erlangen but lost funding for it by his father after three semesters because Georg was too interested in student life. He then became a mathematics teacher in a school in Gottstadt bei Nydau. Ohm wished to go with Karl Christian von Lagsdrof to the University of Heidlelberg to continue his mathematics education, but Lagsdrof suggested that Ohm teach himself. Ohm studied Euler, Laplace, Lacroix, Lagrange, Legendre, Laplace, Biot, and Poisson and taught himself much mathematics. He eventually received a doctorate from Erlangen and started working towards his lifetime goal of gaining a high position in a university. Ohm taught math and physics at a poor school in Bamberg where he wrote an elementary book on teaching geometry. In 1817, He became a physics and math teacher at the Jesuit Gymnasium of Cologne where he had access to a laboratory and began experiments after the discovery of electromagnetism by Oersted. Ohm began to seriously experiment and publish after he realized it would be what it would take to reach his life goal. His first paper was written in 1825, which describes the decrease in electromagnetic force produced by an increased wire length. He also wrote two papers that expanded Fourierĺs study of heat conduction that gave a mathematical description of conduction in circuits.

    20. Pythagoras Of Samos - The Presocratic Philosopher Pythagoras
    Pythagoras of Samos is the most familiar of the PreSocratics, yet we know surprisingly little about him.
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    Pythagoras, born on the Aegean island of Samos in the 6th century B.C. and active in southern Italy, was an ancient Greek philosopher and mathematician best known for a theorem in geometry that was named for him. Pythagoras is credited with founding a philosophical school that deviated from the male-dominated Greek norms by allowing women to participate equally. The teachings of the school aren't strictly what we think of as philosophical. They also include rules on living and what to eat. Supposedly, the Pythagoreans explained the common human physiological response to beans as a spirit trying to exit the body. Therefore bean-consumption was taboo. Pythagoras is also associated with the theory of metempsychosis in which the soul of the dead is reborn into another body.
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