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Chapter 3 WesternCiv

After successfully leading the Greek resistance to Persia, Athens Gradually transformed the Delian League into an empire.
All of the following are true of the Athenian statesman Pericles EXCEPT He secured Athens' dominance of the Greek world.
Athenian policy during the Peloponnesian War after 429 B.C. was characterized by Rash actions advocated by demagogues, supported by popular enthusiasm.
The most important consequence of the Peloponnesian War was that The war left Greece exhausted and demoralized.
Greek philosophy began from the assumption that There is an order in the universe that humans can discover through reason.
The earliest Greek philosophers in Miletus focused on determining The fundamental composition of the universe
Pythagoras' assertion that mathematical relationships are the key to understanding the universe Presaged the discovery of mathematical relationships within all things.
The Sophists taught their students How to achieve success in life
Socrates' primary legacy was Pursuing moral truths through a process of questioning and logical analysis.
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