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MOL 215 Lesson Two Notes

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These notes cover lecture from the second week of the course
Ancient Science and Its Language
Kirk Shellko
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mythology, Greek Mythology, Principles, notes, mol215, Science
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ashley Notetaker on Friday September 23, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MOL 215 at DePaul University taught by Kirk Shellko in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see Ancient Science and Its Language in Philosophy at DePaul University.


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Date Created: 09/23/16
MOL 215 Lesson Two Physical First Principles  Thales = water - Geometer  Empedocles = earth, air, water, fire - Believed love could combine these and strife could tear them apart  Anaxemander = unlimited - Some all-powerful force  Anaximenes = air  Democritus = atom (“not cut”) - Exist in different shapes, sizes configurations - Determine how we get elements - Believed in void, space between elements  Pythagoras = numbers - Universe is made of unlimited and the limit Metaphysical First Principles  Parmenides = limit - Pythagorean - Monist - Didn’t like idea of unlimited, there can only be one thing in universe - Denies change exists - Other ideas were about “becoming,” his is about “being” - Being never goes away - Path to Truth - Path of Falsity… interplay of opposites (i.e. Pythagorean principle)  Heraclitus = fire - Metaphor for movement, but also actual material principle - Things always change, change is necessary for being - Becoming and being are intertwined


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