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The joy of resolving a philosophical doubt

To the best of my knowledge, this specific example is probably something that the author thought up, but it is entirely consistent with the limited source material. In particular I can point to one ...
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Sources for possible take on the Timaeus

With regard to Rabbi Yehuda Hallevi's criticism of Aristotle, I doubt that he is writing it specifically with Timaeus in mind. He did know it (he names it in 4:25), but from what I understand, the ...
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Hierocles and Pythagorean Library

The source in question contains a grave mistake. The Pythagorean precepts (σύμβολα) pose a complicated challenge to the history of philosophy. They are traced back to Alexander Polyhistor, who notes ...
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