meno

less; see meno mosso, for example, less mosso
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Meno

(from the article `Hippocrates`) Meno, a pupil of Aristotle, specifically stated in his history of medicine the views of Hippocrates on the causation of diseases, namely, that ... ...in the historical field: Theophrastus wrote a history of philosophy and works on botany and mineralogy, Eudemus of Rhodes (flourished before 300 ) ... [...
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Meno

(from the article `Plato`) The Meno is nominally concerned with the question of what virtue is and whether it can be taught. But it is further interesting for two reasons: it ... ...is in such a state is aware that he is in it. They then observe that it is possible to know that something is the case without being aware that ... The e...
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meno

less
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Meno

Less.
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meno

less; see meno mosso, for example, under mosso
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meno

less; see meno mosso, for example, under mosso
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meno

meno
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Meno

Meno means less. It often is used with other terms such as meno mosso (less rapid or less motion).
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