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Mesopotamian Religion and Philosophy
Transcript of Mesopotamian Religion and Philosophy
• Whoever has walked with truth generates life.
• Wealth is hard to come by, but poverty is always at hand.
• The poor are the silent ones of the land.
• All the households of the poor are not equally submissive. Early Philosophy There’s have been a studies conducted by the Babylonian astronomers on philosophy dealing with the nature of the early universe, an idea, contribution to the philosophy of science. 7th and 8th Century B.C. Philosophy The idea were based on logical set of axioms and assumptions, with the modern view through examination and inspection from the patient’s symptoms, possibly able to determine the patient’s disease and the recovery. The first philosopher, Thales of Miletus, they have the belief that water is the main principles of life. 11th Century Philosophy Sumerians belief - They believed that the earth was round and surrounded completely by water with land in the middle. They also believed that they formed in this way: first came the planets, the sun second, the earth third, people fourth, animals and plants fifth.
Babylonians belief - The Babylonians believed that all life sprang from the center of earth, in which was filled in the center with water. Myth of Creation Ninhursaga Goddess of animals and birth of productivity. The End