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John and Philoponus
The first Greek Christians to comment extensively on Aristotle were John Philoponus, Elias, and David in the sixth century, and Stephen of Alexandria in the early seventh century.
John Philoponus stands out for having attempted a fundamental critique of Aristotle's views on the eternity of the world, movement, and other elements of Aristotelian thought.
He also taught Asclepius of Tralles, John Philoponus, Damascius and Simplicius.
* On Aristotle's Prior Analytics ( written by John Philoponus )
* On Aristotle's Posterior Analytics ( written by John Philoponus )
* On Aristotle's On Generation and Corruption ( written by John Philoponus )
* On Aristotle's On the Soul ( written by John Philoponus )
* John Philoponus: On Aristotle On Coming-to-be and Perishing 1. 1-5, translated by C. J. F. Williams.
* John Philoponus: On Aristotle On Coming-to-be and Perishing 1. 6-2. 4, translated by C. J. F. Williams.
* John Philoponus: On Aristotle On the Soul 2. 7-12, translated by W. Charlton.
* John Philoponus: On Aristotle On the Soul 3. 1-8, translated by W. Charlton.
* John Philoponus: On Aristotle On the Intellect ( de Anima 3. 4-8 ), translated by W. Charlton.
Steven Duncan, writes that " it was first formulated by a Greek-speaking Syriac Christian neo-Platonist, John Philoponus.
The theory of impetus, the ancestor to the concepts of inertia and momentum, was developed along similar lines by medieval philosophers such as John Philoponus and Jean Buridan.
In the Middle Ages, Aristotle's theories were criticized and modified by a number of figures, beginning with John Philoponus in the 6th century.
It is widely accepted that Copernicus's De revolutionibus followed the outline and method set by Ptolemy in his Almagest and employed geometrical constructions that had been developed previously by the Maragheh school in his heliocentric model, and that Galileo's mathematical treatment of acceleration and his concept of impetus rejected earlier medieval analyses of motion, rejecting by name ; Averroes, Avempace, Jean Buridan, and John Philoponus ( see Theory of impetus ).
The Christian philosopher, John Philoponus, presented the philosophical arguments against the ancient Greek notion of an infinite past and future.
* John Philoponus, Aristotelian commentator and philosopher ( d. 570 )
* 6th century — John Philoponus proposes a universe that is finite in time and argues against the ancient Greek notion of an infinite universe
About 550 AD the Christian philosopher John Philoponus wrote a treatise on the astrolabe in Greek, which is the earliest extant Greek treatise on the instrument.
Although averse to Christianity he abstains from assailing Christian doctrines, even when he combats expressly the work of his contemporary, John Philoponus, directed against the Aristotelian doctrine of the eternity of the universe.
The Christian philosopher, John Philoponus, presented the first such argument against the ancient Greek notion of an infinite past.
The Christian philosopher, John Philoponus, presented the first such argument against the ancient Greek notion of an infinite past.
Jean Buridan, following in the footsteps of John Philoponus and Avicenna, proposed that motion was maintained by some property of the body, imparted when it was set in motion.

John and On
One beat poet composes a poem, `` Lines On A Tijuana John '', which contains a few happy hints for survival.
On the other hand, Dr. Ezra Styles recorded the following testimony of John Angell, the last disciple of Gorton: ``
On October 31, 1859, John Brown was found guilty of treason against the state of Virginia, inciting slave rebellion, and murder.
On November 7, 1859, the Providence Daily Journal reprinted a letter sent to John Brown from `` E. B. '', a Quaker lady in Newport.
On December 2, 1859, John Brown was hanged at Charles Town, Virginia.
On one of his 1921 ventures he was actually come upon by a Detective Sergeant John J. Ryan down on his knees with a tool embedded in a labour office safe in the Postal Telegraph Building ; ;
On November 6, 1860, Lincoln was elected the 16th president of the United States, beating Democrat Stephen A. Douglas, John C. Breckinridge of the Southern Democrats, and John Bell of the new Constitutional Union Party.
On July 2, 1863, Army of the Potomac commander Maj. Gen. George G. Meade replaced Doubleday with Maj. Gen. John Newton, a more junior officer from another corps.
On April 14, 1865, President Lincoln was shot and mortally wounded by John Wilkes Booth, a Confederate sympathizer, who conspired to coordinate assassinations of others, including Johnson, Ulysses S. Grant and Secretary of State William H. Seward that same night.

John and Aristotle
The greatest names of the classical and patristic world are among those translated, edited or annotated by Erasmus, including Saint Ambrose, Aristotle, Saint Augustine, Saint Basil, Saint John Chrysostom, Cicero and Saint Jerome.
Philosophers associated with empiricism include Aristotle, Alhazen, Avicenna, Ibn Tufail, Robert Grosseteste, William of Ockham, Francis Bacon, Thomas Hobbes, Robert Boyle, John Locke, George Berkeley, David Hume, Leopold von Ranke, John Stuart Mill, and Karl Popper.
Information about Hippocrates can also be found in the writings of Aristotle, which date from the 4th century BC, in the Suda of the 10th century AD, and in the works of John Tzetzes, which date from the 12th century AD.
* Aristotle Onassis, a prominent Greek shipping magnate who later married Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, the widow of assassinated U. S. President John F. Kennedy.
Adler soon returned to school to take writing classes at night where he discovered the works of men he would come to call heroes: Aristotle, Thomas Aquinas, John Locke, John Stuart Mill and others.
* The tales of King Midas have been told by many with some variations: by John Dryden ; by Geoffrey Chaucer in the Wife of Bath's Tale ; making Midas ' queen the betrayer of the secret ( as Midas ' wife, Aristotle names Demodike ( or Hermodike ) of Kyme ; Eudemus fr.
From left to right: Top row-Archimedes, Aristotle, Alhazen | Ibn al-Haytham, Leonardo da Vinci, Galileo Galilei, Antonie van Leeuwenhoek ; Second row-Isaac Newton, James Hutton, Antoine Lavoisier, John Dalton, Charles Darwin, Gregor Mendel ; Third row-Louis Pasteur, James Clerk Maxwell, Henri Poincaré, Sigmund Freud, Nikola Tesla, Max Planck ; Fourth row-Ernest Rutherford, Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, Niels Bohr, Erwin Schrödinger, Enrico Fermi ; Bottom row-J. Robert Oppenheimer, Alan Turing, Richard Feynman, E. O. Wilson, Jane Goodall, Stephen Hawking
* Gilson, E., From Aristotle to Darwin and Back again: A Journey in Final Causality, Species, and Evolution, John Lyon ( trans ), Notre Dame University Press, London 1984.
The origins of what has come to be known as Occam's razor are traceable to the works of earlier philosophers such as John Duns Scotus ( 1265 – 1308 ), Maimonides ( Moses ben-Maimon, 1138 – 1204 ), and even Aristotle ( 384 – 322 BC ) ( Charlesworth 1956 ).
Empiricism ( sometimes associated with Aristotle but more correctly associated with British philosophers such as John Locke and David Hume, as well as their ancient equivalents such as Democritus ) asserts that sensory impressions are the only available starting points for reasoning and attempting to attain truth.
Mary P. Winsor, Ron Amundson and Staffan Müller-Wille have each argued that in fact the usual suspects ( such as Linnaeus and the Ideal Morphologists ) were very far from being essentialists, and it appears that the so-called " essentialism story " ( or " myth ") in biology is a result of conflating the views expressed by philosophers from Aristotle onwards through to John Stuart Mill and William Whewell in the immediately pre-Darwinian period, using biological examples, with the use of terms in biology like species.
John Vella uses Frankenstein's monster to illustrate the second interpretation: the corpse lying on Frankenstein's table is already a fully organized human body, but it is not yet alive ; when Frankenstein activates his machine, the corpse gains a new property, the property of life, which Aristotle would call the soul.
* John Aristotle Phillips ( born 1955 / 4 ), American entrepreneur known as the " A-Bomb Kid "
According to John of Salisbury, Bernard composed a prose treatise De expositione Porphyrii, a metrical treatise on the same subject, a moral poem on education, and probably a fourth work in which he sought to reconcile Plato with Aristotle.
The guest list itself is evidence of Boydell ’ s extensive connections in the artistic world: Benjamin West, painter to King George III ; George Romney, a renowned painter ; George Nicol, bookseller to the king and painter ; William Hayley, a poet ; John Hoole, a scholar and translator of Tasso and Aristotle ; and Daniel Braithwaite, an engineer.
He also conducted dedicated studies of the fashionable philosophers of the time John Locke, Christian von Wolff, Leibniz, and Descartes, as well as returning to earlier thinkers Plato, Aristotle, Plotinus, Augustine, and others.

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