Re: theos-talk Pythagoras,
Jan 07, 2011 10:44 AM
That's probably one of the thing's that bothers me the most, Pythagorean mathematics and research, as a system-set of number theory a/o philosophical know how (physics, science, geometry, so on) as a 'school' of exploration, being an articulate means or an academic discipline/pursuit, he sure did get his place in class a/b not his school - sad and weird.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:
> We all learnt Pythagoras theorem in math class.
> On Fri, Jan 7, 2011 at 11:49 AM, thalprin <thalprin@...> wrote:
> > Pyhtgoras is another person I have some strong opinions about - looks to me
> > like he's been spilt in two; half to the universities and half to a
> > religious spiritual system a/o discipline/practice. I'm all for spirituality
> > a/b there's a whole religious/religion type thang he's attributed with. And
> > while I really am apt to think/feel he'd do a civic school/community,
> > advanced in its thinking (being and doing), I really have a hard time
> > fathoming how it is that he was, spiritually, darn near a very serious
> > religionist.
> > Every time that stuff comes up I think huh.
> > It's really interesting. At any rate, Socrates and Pythagoras seem to have
> > shared a simi fate, in that they've living names, recognized and celebrated
> > for their canvases, their mental/emotional knowledge/keen a/b they're also
> > people for whom we have not actually a word from their mouths.
> > It's really ironic I think.
> > Terrie
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