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Heraclides of Pontus

H. B. Gottschalk

Heraclides of Pontus

by H. B. Gottschalk

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Published by Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Heraclides, of Pontus.

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    Statementby H. B. Gottschalk.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsB305.H474 G67
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 178 p. ;
    Number of Pages178
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4426182M
    ISBN 100198140215
    LC Control Number79042917

      Heraclides descended from a wealthy family from Heraclea Pontica. He was a philosopher and astronomer, the first to propose a mixed geo-heliocentric system of the universe. His vast bibliography, which unfortunately does not survive today, spanned the fields of physics, astronomy, metaphysics and meteorology. Chapter 6. HERACLIDES (floruit B.C.) [86] Heraclides, son of Euthyphro, born at Heraclea in the Pontus, was a wealthy Athens he first attached himself to Speusippus. He also attended the lectures of the Pythagoreans and admired the writings of Plato.

      Heraclides of Pontus by H.B. Gottschalk, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1). Heraclides Ponticus (Ancient Greek: Ἡρακλείδης ὁ Ποντικός; c. BC – c. BC), also known as Herakleides and Heraklides of Pontus, was a Greek philosopher and astronomer who was born in Heraclea Pontica, now Karadeniz Ereğli, Turkey, and migrated to is best remembered for proposing that the earth rotates on its axis, from west to east, once every 24 .

    Kupreeva, I , Heraclides' On Soul (?) and Its Ancient Readers. in WW Fortenbaugh & E Pender (eds), Heraclides of Pontus: Discussion. vol. XV, Rutgers University Studies in Classical Humanities, Transaction Publishers, pp. Author: I. Kupreeva. Nevertheless, there is a text which has been interpreted as asserting that Heraclides defended Heliocentrism. Geminos says: ”And thus a certain person, Heraclides of Pontus, coming forward, says that even if the Earth moves in a certain way and the Sun is in a certain way at rest, the apparent irregularity with regard to the Sun can be saved”.Author: Christián C. Carman.


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During Plato's third trip to Sicily, Heraclides served as head of the Academy and was almost elected its Author: William W. Fortenbaugh. Heracleides Ponticus, (born c. bc, Heraclea Pontica, Bithynia—died afterAthens), Greek philosopher and astronomer who first suggested the rotation of the Earth, an idea that did not dominate astronomy until 1, years later.

A pupil of Plato, who left the Academy temporarily in his charge, Heracleides is known to have correctly attributed the apparent motion of Mercury. Since we don't have any surviving works of Heraclides, this book serves as the most important source for his thoughts and the remnants of his writings.

The name "Heraclides" may mean "son of Herakles," and Heraclides mentions several crucial connections to the myths about Herakles, the most important Greek by: Heraclides of Pontus has achieved fame for a long time as the first to propose that the sun was the centre of the solar system but this has been shown to be due to a misinterpretation of what he wrote.

We do have some details of Heraclides' life. His father was named Euthyphron, a wealthy man of high status from Heraclea Pontica, who was descended from one of the original.

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The sole treatise from his pen to have survived, it was discovered in in a Syriac translation. Nestorius died in Panopolis aboutprotesting. Book Description. Heraclides of Pontus hailed from the shores of the Black Sea.

He studied with Aristotle in Plato's Academy, and became a respected member of that school. During Plato's third trip to Sicily, Heraclides served as head of the Academy and was almost elected its head on the death of Speusippus. His interests were diverse.

Heraclides of Pontus hailed from the shores of the Black Sea. He studied with Aristotle in Plato's Academy, and became a respected member of that school. During Plato's third trip to Sicily, Heraclides served as head of the Academy and was almost elected its head on the death of ides' interests were by: 1.

Heraclides of Pontus book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.3/5(1). Heraclides of Pontus was born circa BC in Heraclea Pontica (present Karadeniz Ereğli, Turkey), the son of Euthyphron, a wealthy nobleman.

He was a descendant of one of the founders of Heracleia. He was probably forced to leave Heracleia. HERACLIDES PONTICUS (ea Pontica [now Ereğli, Turkey], ca. B.C.: d, Heraclea Pontica, after B.C.), astronomy, philosophy. Heraclides, son of Euthyophron, came from a noble and wealthy family of Heraclea Pontica, a Greek city on the south coast of the Black traced his descent from one of the original founders of Heraclea.

Heraclides of Pontus hailed from the shores of the Black Sea. He studied with Aristotle in Plato's Academy, and became a respected member of that school. During Plato's third trip to Sicily, Heraclides served as head of the Academy and was almost elected its head on the death of ides' interests were : Taylor And Francis.

Book Description. Heraclides of Pontus hailed from the shores of the Black Sea. He studied with Aristotle in Plato's Academy, and became a respected member of that school.

During Plato's third trip to Sicily, Heraclides served as head of the Academy and was almost elected its head on the death of Speusippus.

Heraclides' interests were diverse. Heraclides, Heracleides or Herakleides (Greek: Ἡρακλείδης) in origin was any individual of the legendary clan of the Heracleidae, the mythological patronymic applying to persons descended from they were of the legendary tribe of the Dorians, the name in the classical age could mean anyone of Dorian Dorians had their own group of dialects, which.

Heraclides of Pontus ( BC - BC) * BC, † BC. Heraclides of Pontus was born BC in Heraclea Pontica (now Eregli, Turkey). Heraclides is a Greek astronomer who proposed that the earth rotates on its axis once a day and who may have believed that the sun was the centre of the solar system. Heraclides of Pontus hailed from the shores of the Black Sea.

He studied with Aristotle in Plato's Academy, and became a respected member of that school. During Plato's third trip to Sicily, Heraclides served as head of the Academy and was almost elected its head on the death of Speusippus.

His interests were diverse. He wrote on the movements of the planets and the. Get this from a library. Heraclides of Pontus: discussion. [William W Fortenbaugh; E E Pender;] -- Heraclides of Pontus hailed from the shores of the Black Sea. He studied with Aristotle in Plato's Academy, and became a respected member of that school.

The. Finally, there are essays that view Heraclides from the stand point of ancient medicine, literary criticism and musical theory: "Heraclides on Diseases and on the Woman Who Did Not Breathe" by Philip van der Eijk, "Heraclides of Pontus on Homer" by Malcolm Heath, and "Heraclides and Musical History" by Andrew volume is a companion.

Heraclides of Pontus hailed from the shores of the Black Sea. He studied with Aristotle in Plato's Academy, and became a respected member of that school. During Plato's third trip to Sicily, Heraclides served as head of the Academy and was almost elected its head on the death of : Elizabeth Pender.

Heraclides of Pontus hailed from the shores of the Black Sea. He studied with Aristotle in Plato's Academy, and became a respected member of that school. During Plato's third trip to Sicily, Heraclides served as head of the Academy and was almost elected its head on the death of Speusippus. Heraclides' interests were diverse.

He wrote on the movements of the planets .Heraclides Ponticus. Perhaps an early heliocentrist. Birthplace: Heraclea, Pontus, Greece Location of death: Heraclea, Pontus, Greece Cause of death: unspecified.

Gender: Male Rel. Greek philosopher and miscellaneous writer, born at Heraclea in Pontus, flourished in the 4th century BC. He studied philosophy at Athens under Speusippus, Plato and Aristotle Philosopher.Similar Items.

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