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Empedocles the Philosopher
Empedocles was a Greek doctor, poet and philosopher. He assumed that there must be more than one kind of matter, and claimed four roots as elements. Love and strife were considered principles of attraction and repulsion that alternately dominated the universe in a recurring cycle.
Empedocles was born in Agirentum Sicily in about 404 BC. He was the son of Meto, a wealthy citizen and grandson of Empedocles who was a victor in Olympia.
He is a Greek philosopher, statesman and a poet and was distinguished for his knowledge of medicine and natural history. He pe…
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