Η επιστημονική και φιλοσοφική σκέψη του Θαλή

 

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Η επιστημονική και φιλοσοφική σκέψη του Θαλή

Πόταγα, Άννα Κ.

Leader of the ancient greek mathematicians and founder of theoretic geometry, the porisms of which he applies to near and remote reality (as engineer and astronomer respectively), with his innovating method to combine mathematics with physics for the explanation of phenomena, Thales of Miletus is the first, according to tradition, who enters the field of «Physiologia», becoming thus not only the first natural philosopher, as usually considered, but also the example for both the platonic dialectician and the aristotelian sage, who possesses the «Καθ΄ όλου έπιστήμην» and seeks the First Principles and Causes. The vital property of his first principle, the water —which is also the first ontological principle in the history of philosophy— to create life and animate everything, is the main reason for characterising the philosophy of which Thales is the leader as hylozoistic philosophy.

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Επιστημολογία
Προσωκρατική Φιλοσοφία
Θαλής ο Μιλήσιος
Επιστήμη


1987-1988

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