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Greece Vocab. 9-3

Greek Achievements

Artistotle Greek Philosopher who taught that people should live their lives with moderation, Student of Plato’s, Moderation based on reason, Alex. the Great's teacher
Euclid famous Greek mathematician who studied geometry
Hippocrates Greek doctor who wanted to figure out what caused diseases so he could better treat them, but better known for his idea on how doctors should act
Plato Greek philosopher who created a school “The Academy”, where students could discuss ideas, Socrates’ student, Wrote The Republic
Reason Clear and ordered thinking, used by Greek philosophers to explain the world
Socrates Philosopher that believed that people must never stop looking for knowledge, Think and quest. own beliefs, Arrested and killed for beliefs
Enduring Impact lasting effect on someone or something
Legacy something transmitted by or received from and ancestor of predecessor from the past
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