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2002, Western philosophy series, ISBN 0754605337, xxii, 310
'What is the basic building block of the universe?' Thales of Miletus was the first to ask this fundamental, yet to be answered, question in the sixth century B.C... 
Thales, of Miletus | Philosophy, Ancient | Classical Studies | Ancient Philosophy | Philosophy of Science | Intellectual History | thales's | work | thalean | laius | beginnings | total | science | western | diogenes | theory | Philosophy and science
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03/2015, I edizione., Philosophía tôn palaiôn. Studi e monografie, ISBN 9788854882461, Volume I, 245
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2015, New directions in German studies, ISBN 9781623562304, Volume 11., viii, 210 pages
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Think : philosophy for everyone, ISSN 1477-1756, 2017, Volume 16, Issue 46, pp. 51 - 57
The first philosopher is usually said to have been Thales. Raymond Geuss has recently suggested that it was not Thales but Oedipus (and the Sphinx), on the... 
Thales of Miletus (625?-?547 BC) | Philosophy
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The Review of metaphysics, ISSN 0034-6632, 9/2016, Volume 70, Issue 1, pp. 3 - 31
(ProQuest: ... denotes non-USASCII text omitted.) I According to the traditional view, philosophy dawned on the West in a city in present-day Turkey called Miletus and in the thought of a man of legend named Thales... 
Wisdom | Socratic philosophy | Soul | Cosmological philosophy | Heracletian philosophy | Cosmogony | Milesian philosophy | Physics | Presocratic philosophy | Thought | Catholic Tradition | General Interest | Contemporary Philosophy | APEIRON | PHILOSOPHY | Philosophers | Works | Anaximander | Anaximenes of Miletus | Thales of Miletus | Problems | Mythology | Cosmology | Politics | Philosophy
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arcadia, ISSN 0003-7982, 05/2019, Volume 54, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 21
Flaubert regarded his last two novels, and the unfinished , as companion pieces. For all their obvious differences in terms of setting and generic models,... 
gnosis | Hans Blumenberg | curiosity | science | Gustave Flaubert | curiositas | askesis | realism | knowledge | Thales of Miletus
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Journal of Electrostatics, ISSN 0304-3886, 06/2012, Volume 70, Issue 3, pp. 309 - 311
Thales of Miletus, a Presocratic Greek Philosopher, is often credited with discovering electrostatic charging and carrying out the first experiments or systematic observations of this phenomenon... 
History | Triboelectric | Thales | ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC | Electrostatic charging | Antiquities | Electrostatics | Joints
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2002, Western philosophy series, ISBN 9780754605331, Volume 58
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04/2015, ISBN 9781119038993, 5
...‐Socratic Greek philosopher Thales was an active figure in business in his town of Miletus... 
Miletus | Thales | autumn | local olive press owners | Bertrand Russell
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Thorax, ISSN 0040-6376, 05/2018, Volume 73, Issue 5, pp. i - ii
In the case control study by Dr Kitsios and colleagues they could not reliably find any bacterial DNA from the lung tissue of patients with IPF in contrast... 
Cystic fibrosis | Folklore | Hypoxia | Health risk assessment | Thales of Miletus (625?-?547 BC) | Lung cancer
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ANTIGONISH REVIEW, ISSN 0003-5661, 2010, Issue 160, pp. 103 - 103
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Skhid : analitychno-informat͡s︡iĭnyĭ z͡h︡urnal, ISSN 1728-9343, 12/2018, Issue 5(157), pp. 9 - 16
The standard bias is that philosophy originated in Miletus, in the Greek province of Ionia in Asia Minor... 
Miletus | Thales | Seba | Egypt | Ancient Philosophy | Ionia | Pythagoras | African Philosophy | Thoth | Waset | Aristotle
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Journal of mathematics and the arts, ISSN 1751-3472, 04/2020, Volume 14, Issue 1-2, pp. 120 - 123
In January 2019, I turned my interests in art and geometry from my work with incommensurable ratios and the grids they make to a theorem by Thales of Miletus... 
geometric constructions | Art | geometry | geometric theorem | Drawing | Geometry | Ink & ink industry | Watercolor painting | Thales of Miletus (625?-?547 BC) | Rectangles
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Principia (Florianópolis, Brazil), ISSN 1414-4247, 08/2019, Volume 23, Issue 1, pp. 69 - 78
... such as Homer’s Iliad and what is provided in the fragments corresponding to first philosophers such as Thales of Miletus... 
pre | Epistemology | inference | philosophical cosmogony | Philosophy of Cognitive Science | reasoning | Homer | philosophy | homer | pre-philosophical cosmogony
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International Journal of Economics, Management and Accounting, 01/2018, Volume 26, Issue 1, pp. 207 - 227
This study seeks to explain the philosophical foundations of Islamic management. Most of the schools of management can be traced back to philosophical ideas.... 
Economics | Muslims | Philosophers | Spirituality | Popper, Karl Raimund, Sir (1902-1994) | Accounting | 18th century | Science | Religion | Smith, Adam (1723-90) | Thales of Miletus (625?-?547 BC) | Marx, Karl | Deconstruction | Morality | Islam | Pythagoras (570?-490 BC) | Dialectics | Trends | Philosophy
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05/2019
.... Celestial gyrations can be readily grasped. Thales of Miletus probably predicted a solar eclipse. Newton certainly could have done so. And we’re confidentthat in 4.5... 
Airlines | Experts | Farms | Litigation | Innovations | Cost reduction | Air travel | Thales of Miletus (625?-?547 BC) | Cost control | Antitrust
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Resonance, ISSN 0971-8044, 2010, Volume 15, Issue 6, pp. 498 - 502
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