Euripides

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In existographies, Euripides (c.2435-2361 BE) (c.480-406 BCM) (IQ:180|#209) (ID:2.43|74) (RGM:140|1,350+) (Cattell 1000:99) (PR:410|65AE / writer:54) (Durant 10P:3) (FA:12) (ACR:7) (CR:19) (LH:8) (TL:27) was a Greek philosopher and tragedian playwright, noted for []

Overview

Atheism

In c.450BC, Euripides, in his “Concerning the Gods”, state the following:

“It was a wise man that invented god.”
— Euripides (c.450BC), “Concerning the Gods”[1]

Euripides, because of this, was threatened with an indictment for atheism. [2]

Sways

Influenced

Euripides influenced: John Tyndall.

Quotes

Quotes | By

The following are quotes:

Question every thing.”
— Euripides (c.4450BC), Publication [3]

End matter

References

  1. Thompson, d’Arcy. (1867). Sales Attici: Maxims Witty and Wise of the Athenian Tragic Drama (pg. 177). Publisher.
  2. Lange, Friedrich. (1873). The History of Materialism: and Criticism of its Present Importance, Volumes 1-3 (translator: Ernest Chester; Introduction: Bertrand Russell) (pg. 7). Humanities Press, 1950.
  3. Euripides – AZQuotes.com

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