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 adjective Alternative form of
Neopythagorean .  noun Alternative form of
Neopythagorean .
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Examples

A: The NeoPythagorean errs, however, in thinking that mathematical successes are simply identifiable as NeoPythagorean successes.

The NeoPythagorean view is that everything is mathematics, and nothing exists except mathematical principles.

B: And yet you reason just like our hypothetical NeoPythagorean.

B: And yet you reason just like our hypothetical NeoPythagorean.

And it is also clear that given the success of mathematical explanations, NeoPythagorean explanations are successful.

And it is also clear that given the success of mathematical explanations, NeoPythagorean explanations are successful.

B: Suppose a NeoPythagorean were to come among us and say, You see, of course, that we must all be NeoPythagoreans.

The NeoPythagorean view is that everything is mathematics, and nothing exists except mathematical principles.

A: The NeoPythagorean errs, however, in thinking that mathematical successes are simply identifiable as NeoPythagorean successes.

Thus you can see that all mathematical successes are NeoPythagorean successes.
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