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- Πριηνεὺς) was born, a son of Teutamus of Priene.
- Thales of Miletus1
- 2Besides Thales, the other of the Seven Wise Men were Bias of Priene, Chilon of Sparta,.
- Preventing deaths by drowning in children in the United Kingdom
- “bias” remains obscure.3 Might it have originated from. Bias of Priene, who lived in the 6th century bc?
- The PreSocratics
- Mar 7, 2011 160. Seven Sages of Greece. 160.
- Chapter 7 Herakleitos 1. Life and book
- He also admired Bias of Priene — long dead but, like. Thales, a locally recognized member of the Seven Wise Men (B 39). (The record of some local.
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- Bias (Greek: Βίας ο Πριηνεὺς, 6th century BCE), the son of Teutamus and a citizen of Priene was a Greek philosopher.
- Bias of Priene
- Jan 1, 2010 There's not much we know for certain about Bias of Priene.
- "Truth Breeds Hatred" ~Bias of Priene, Maxims
- Sep 15, 2010 "Truth Breeds Hatred" ~Bias of Priene, Maxims.
- Diogenes Laertius Lives of the Philosophers: Bias, translated by
- I. BIAS was a citizen of Priene, and the son of Teutamus, and by Satyrus he is put at the head of the seven wise men.
- Bias of Priene - Wikiquote
- Nov 12, 2010 Bias (Greek: Βίας ο Πριηνεὺς, 6th century BC), the son of Teutamus and a citizen of Priene was a Greek philosopher.
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