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Socrates A man who believed that people must never stop seeking knowledge. He was a teacher as well as a thinker. Socrates taught by asking questions.
Plato Plato was a student of Socrates. He was a teacher as well as a philosopher. He created a school, the Academy, to which students, philosophers, and scientists could come to discuss ideas.
Aristotle Perhaps one of the greatest Greek thinkers. He was one of Plato's students. He taught that people should live lives of moderation or balance.
reason Clear and ordered thinking.
Euclid Euclid is one of the worlds greatest mathematicians. He wrote about the relationship between mathematics and other fields. A branch of geometry we study in school is named after Euclid.
Hippocrates The greatest Greek doctor. He wanted to figure out what caused diseases so he could better treat them. He is most famous for his ideas of how doctors should behave.
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