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How did Pythagoras have an impact on our lives?

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Jake Collins

on 17 April 2013

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Transcript of How did Pythagoras have an impact on our lives?

Who was Pythagoras and how does he have an impact on our lives? By Jake Collins
Pd. 1 ELA Pythagoras' belifs were: Religious beliefs: Pythagoras was: An influential philosopher

One of the greatest Greeks of his time

No evidence of him being a scientist, but did enjoy learning about numerical relationships There should be a new way of life focusing on:
Religious ritual
Dietary habits
Self- discipline Catholics are baptized to have a new, pure life in the church.
Muslims fast during Ramadan.
Jews do not eat animals under the law of Kashrut
Egyptian priests are private and use codes of secrecy. Who exactly was Pythagoras? Fun Fact: There is not enough evidence to suggest that Pythagoras is the creator of the Pythagorean Theorem, which calculates the length of a triangle's hypotenuse. What beliefs did he have? Spiritual purity
The soul reincarnates after death Religious ritual: Dietary habits: One should not eat beans, as they may be a reincarnated human. Self- discipline Silence is a form of self- discipline, as Greeks respected the people who are silent more than the greatest speakers in the world. How does Pythagoras' beliefs have an impact on religion and daily lives? Pythagoras' beliefs have been used to create a new way of life based around discipline, diets, and religion.
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