Megarian school

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The philosophical school centred on Megara, near Athens, from the late 5th to early 3rd century bc, owing something both to Socrates and to the Eleatics. The Megarians were notorious for subtle logic-chopping. The founder of the school was Euclides, and the most distinguished member was Philo of Megara.

Subjects: Philosophy — Classical Studies.

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