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In existographies, Hypatia (1605-1540 BE) (350-415 ACM) (IQ:190|#44↓) (ID:65|2.92) (RGM:92|1,350+) (PR:377|65AE / mathematician:9) (Becker 139:109|3L) (Norlinger 22:24) (GFG:1) (CR:44) (LH:8) (TL:52) was a Greco-Roman Alexandrian philosopher, mathematician, physicist, and astronomer, noted for []


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The following are quotes by Hypatia:

“Reserve your right to think, for even to think wrongly is better than not to think at all.”
— Hypatia (c.400), Publication
“All formal religions are delusive and must never be accepted by self-respecting persons as final.”
— Hypatia (c.400), Publication[1]

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  1. Donovan, Sand. (2008). Hypatia: Mathematician, Inventor, and Philosopher (pg. 48). Capstone.


  • Anon. (2018). “Hypatia of Alexandria: the (REAL) history of antiquities greatest female philosopher” (YT), Quill & Ink History, Feb 2.

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