SOKRATES http://athensflyers.gr/

Declared philosophy to be the way of true happiness and its purpose twofold: to contemplate God, and to abstract the soul from corporeal sense.

THALES OF MILETUS  http://athensflyers.gr/

Thales of Miletus (c. 624 BCE – c. 546 BCE) was an ancient (pre-Socratic) Greek philosopher who is often considered the first philosopher and the father of Western philosophy.

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SOLON THE ATHENIAN http://athensflyers.gr/

BIAS PRIENE http://athensflyers.gr/

Bias century BC) of Priene was a Greek sage. He was always reckoned among the Seven Sages of Greece. He was renowned for his goodness.

HRAKLEITOS http://athensflyers.gr/

HRAKLEITOS http://athensflyers.gr/

ANAXAGORAS http://athensflyers.gr/

ANAXAGORAS http://athensflyers.gr/

«Η παιδεία είναι δεύτερος ήλιος για τους ανθρώπους.» Πλάτων.. http://www.athensflyers.gr

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THEMISTOKLES http://athensflyers.gr/

Themistocles led the defense of ancient Greece, which kept it from being absorbed into the Persian Empire, & kept the foundational ideas of European culture alive.

PYTHAGORAS  http://athensflyers.gr/

Pythagoras of Samos was an Ionian Greek philosopher, mathematician, and founder of the religious movement called Pythagoreanism.

KLEOVOULOS LINDIUS  http://athensflyers.gr/

KLEOVOULOS LINDIUS http://athensflyers.gr/

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EMPEDOKLES http://athensflyers.gr/

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