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  • The former, the philosophical Pythagoreans (including Philolaus and Archytas), were the called mathematici, and while they recognized that the acusmatici were indeed Pythagoreans by virtue of accepting Pythagorean precepts, they claimed that they themselves were the true followers of Pythagoras.

    Presocratic Philosophy

  • Though I'm sure that there are times that my husband Victor's calculus students agree, in truth, Augustine's mathematici were not mathematicians in the modern sense, but astrologers and soothsayers, and Augustine himself used mathematics to illumine the mysteries of God's grace.

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  • Though I'm sure that there are times that my husband Victor's calculus students agree, in truth, Augustine's mathematici were not mathematicians in the modern sense, but astrologers and soothsayers, and Augustine himself used mathematics to illumine the mysteries of God's grace.

    Infinite Capacity

  • This tradition thus shows that all agreed that the acusmata represented the teaching of Pythagoras, but that some regarded the mathematical work associated with the mathematici as not deriving from Pythagoras himself, but rather from Hippasus.

    Pythagoras

  • The tradition of a split between two groups of Pythagoreans in the fifth century, the mathematici and the acusmatici, points to the same puzzlement.

    Pythagoras

  • Keppleri mathematici olim imperatorii somnium seu opus posthumus de astro - nomia lunari (Francofurti, 1634).

    COSMIC VOYAGES

  • _, 1163: "Decepit utrosque | Maxima mendacis fama mathematici."

    The Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism

  • SCHALL, Rationes quibus adductus mathematici tribunalis curam egit

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • Yet what is the difficulty, supposing that Christians were considered _mathematici_ and

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 03

  • Nor can we exclude from this kind of superstition those who were called genethliaci, on account of their attention to birthdays, but are now commonly called mathematici.

    On Christian Doctrine, in Four Books

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