Theodor

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“The great majority of us were introduced to the sublime and ethereal idea of platonic love; however, Plato was not an exemplar of his own ideal—his loves were anything but platonic. Nevertheless, he still managed to portray this image of himself. It is the form through which something is presented, be it true or false, that renders it true.”

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“Most of the dogmatists, and the common preconception of ordinary life, say that there is; [51] those labeled atheists say that there is not, such as Euhemerus

An old charlatan, scribbling unjust books37

and Diagoras of Melos, Prodicus of Ceos, Theodorus and a whole lot of others.”

Sextus Empiricus – Against the Physicists

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Theodorus of Cyrene (Greek: Θεόδωρος ὁ Κυρηναῖος) was an ancient Greek mathematician who lived during the 5th century BC. The only first-hand accounts of him that survive are in three of Plato‘s dialogues: the Theaetetus, the Sophist, and the Statesman. In the former dialogue, he posits a mathematical theorem now known as the Spiral of Theodorus.”

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