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(Gr****: Ἀριστόξενος ὁ Ταραντῖνος; born c. 375, fl. 335 BC) was a Gr**** Peripatetic
philosopher, and a pupil
of Aristotle. Most...
is an impact crater
near the north
pole on Mercury. It was named
by the IAU in 1979 after
the Gr**** philosopher Aristoxenus
(Gr. Ἀριστόξενος) was a Gr**** physician
of Asia Minor
who was quoted
Aureli****. He was a pupil
of Alexander Philalethes
- be preserved
in the Protrepticus. Aristotle's disciples
, and Heraclides Ponticus
on the same subject. Most of the...
- Macran, The Harmonics
. The Barbera translation cited above
is more up to date. Joe Monzo
. Full of interesting...
- [page needed] Aristoxenus
, who wrote
treatises, for example, studied music
with a more empirical
tendency. Aristoxenus believed
- whose Peripatetic school Aristoxenus belonged
in his work On the Soul. Dewhitt thinks Aristoxenus treatment
of the subject
- Renaissance. He was possibly
the most famous European music theorist between Aristoxenus
and Rameau, and made a large contribution
to the theory
- the pitch
of pla**** tones. Tones
by Gr**** philosopher Aristoxenus
(375-335 BCE), who called
them "tensions". Mathematics
- Socrates Antisthenes Diogenes Aristippus Euclid
of Megara Stilpo Aristotle Aristoxenus Theophrastus Strato
of Lampsacus Plato Speusippus Xenocrates
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