Melissus of Samos
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Melissus of Samos — • A Greek philosopher, of the Eleatic School, b. at Samos about 470 B C Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Melissus of Samos Melissus of Samos … Catholic encyclopedia
Melissus of Samos — (fl. 441–440 BC) Possibly the least influential of the Eleatic philosophers, but a fine naval commander, since his fleet defeated the Athenians in 441 BC. He was heavily criticized by Aristotle (De Sophisticis Elenchis, 167 b and Physics, 186 a… … Philosophy dictionary
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MÉLISSUS — ou MÉLISSOS (MÉLISSUS Ve s.) Philosophe grec né à Samos, en Ionie. Mélissos commande la flotte saméenne lorsqu’elle l’emporte sur la flotte athénienne en MÉLISSUS 442. Disciple de Parménide (Diogène Laërce, IX, 24), il s’est attaché comme Zénon,… … Encyclopédie Universelle
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