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Xenophanes (Ξενοφάνης)
(c.570–c.480 B.C.)

Xenophanes (Ξενοφάνης)(c.570–c.480 B.C.)

Pre-Socratic Greek philosopher of Colophon. Although thought by some to be the founder of the Eleatic school, his thought is only superficially similar to that of Parmenides. Xenophanes opposed the anthropomorphic representation of the gods common to the Greeks since Homer and Hesiod. Instead he asserted there is only one god, eternal and immutable but intimately connected with the world. Although interpretations of his thought vary, it was probably a form of pantheism. He was a singer of elegies, a poet, and a satirist who exhorted his hearers to virtue.

Ajman, 1972, The School of Athens

Cambodge, 1983, Scientists and philosophs

Comoren Islands, 1977, Nobel prize winners

Korea Nord, 1983, The School of Athens

Sierra Leone, 1983, The School of Athens


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