Empedocles of Acragas
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Empedocles of Acragas — (c. 490 bc–c. 430 bc) Greek philosopher Empedocles was a poet and a physician as well as a philosopher. Born at Acragas in Greece, he was probably a pupil of Parmenides. Much legend surrounds what is known of his life. Styling himself as a god,… … Scientists
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