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In the sixth century B.C, (for example) Pythagoras, familiar to geometry students for his Pythagorean theorem, taught that the essence of the universe could be found in music and in numbers.

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Thales of Mileuts ~585 BC was a dualist. He taught his students of the phusis (one underlying element to everything). He believed the phusis was water. He believed in the mind and the body (as well as physical matter) being separate entities.

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Aristotle studied logic and numerous amounts of psychology. He taught many students as well as taught himself. Many would agree that he was a great man.

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