Xenophanes

(lived c. 570-c. 470 BC) Greek poet and philosopher. He attacked the immoral and humanlike gods depicted by the poet Homer, holding that there is only one deity, `in no way like men in body or in thought`. He speculated...
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Xenophanes

noun Greek philosopher (560-478 BC)
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Xenophanes

(c.570-475 BC) Greek philosopher and native of the city of Colophon. Xenophanes had a particular gripe against the anthropomorphism of popular religion. Why, he asked, did people suppose their gods to be human in appearance? Wouldn't cows, if they were inclined to pray, wor...
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Xenophanes

[butterfly] Xenophanes is a genus of skippers in the family Hesperiidae. ...
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Xenophanes

[crater] It is a worn and eroded crater with a battered outer rim that is overlaid by several smaller craters. The rim is a circular range of rugged, irregular ground that is notched in places along the inner wall. A chain of small craters lies along the northern and northeastern rim. At the west end, a pair of clefts in the rim nearly join...
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Xenophanes

Greek poet and rhapsode, religious thinker, and reputed precursor of the Eleatic school of philosophy, which stressed unity rather than diversity and ... [10 related articles]
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Xenophanes

Xenophanes was a Greek poet and philosopher. He lived around 500 BC.
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Xenophanes

[n] - Greek philosopher (560-478 BC)
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