Philosophers’ Dates

•    Thales – (636-546)
Greek philosopher
•    Anaximander – (c.611-c.547 B.C.)
Greek philosopher
•    Pythagoras of Samos – (c.580-c.520 B.C.)
Greek philosopher
•    Anaximenes – (d. c. 502)
Greek philosopher
•    Xenophanes of Colophon – (c. 570-480)
Greek philosopher
•    Parmenides of Elea – (c. 515-c. 445 B.C.)
Greek philosopher
•    Heraclitus – (fl. 500 B.C.)
Greek Philosopher
•    Anaxagoras of Clazomenae – (c. 499-c. 428 B.C.)
Greek philosopher
•    Empedocles of Acragas – (c. 492-c. 432 B.C.)
Greek philosopher
•    Zeno of Elea – (c. 490-c. 430 B.C.)
Greek philosopher
•    Leucippus – (c. 480-c. 420 B.C.)
Greek philosopher – Presocratic Philosophy
•    Protagoras – (480-411 B.C.)
Greek philosopher & Sophist
•    Hippocrates of Chios – (c. 470-c. 410 B.C.)
Greek geometer
•    Philolaus – (c.470 – c.385)
Greek philosopher
•    Socrates – (c. 469-399 B.C.)
Greek philosopher
•    Democritus – (b. c. 460)
Greek philosopher
•    Antisthenes – (c. 445-c. 365 B.C.)
Greek philosopher
•    Xenophon – (c. 431 – 355 BC B.C.)
Greek historian and philosopher
•    Plato – (c. 427-347 B.C.)
Greek philosopher
•    Diogenes of Sinope – (412-323 B.C.)
Greek philosopher
•    Stilpo (Stilpon) – (c. 380-330 B.C.)
Greek philosopher
•    Aristotle – (384-322 B.C.)
Greek philosopher
•    Demetrius of Phalerum – (c. 350-283 B.C.)
Greek “philosopher-king”
•    Epicurus – (341-271 B.C.)
Greek philosopher
•    Pyrrho – (c. 270 B.C.)
Greek philosopher
•    Zeno of Citium – (c. 336-264 B.C.)
Greek philosopher
•    Cleanthes – (c. 331-232 B.C.)
Greek philosopher
•    Euclid – (c. 325-265 B.C.)
Greek mathematician
•    Aristarchos – (c. 310-250 B.C.)
Greek astronomer
•    Chrysippus – (c. 280-207 B.C.)
Hellenistic philosopher
•    Eratosthenes – (276-194 B.C.)
Hellenistic astronomer
•    Panaetius – (c. 185-110 B.C.)
Stoic and Neo-Platonic Philosopher
•    Cicero – (106-43 B.C.)
Roman statesman and philosopher
•    Lucretius – (c. 98-55 B.C.)
Roman poet and Epicurean philosopher
•    Epictetus – (A.D. 50 – 138)
Roman philosopher
•    Claudius Ptolemy – (c. A.D. 85-c. 165)
Greek astronomer and geographer
•    Marcus Aurelius – (A.D. 121-180)
Roman emperor and philosopher
•    Plotinus – (c. A.D. 204-270)
Greco-roman philosopher
•    Augustine of Hippo – (A.D. 354-430)
Church father/theologian
•    Hypatia of Alexandria – (c. A.D. 370-415)
Alexandrian philosopher
•    Proclus Diadochus – (A.D. 8 Feb 411-17 April 485)
Greco-roman philosopher and mathematician
•    Boethius – (A.D. 480-525)
Philosopher and Christian martyr .
•    529 A.D. – The Byzantine Emperor Justinian closed the schools of Athens.

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