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Iamblichus' famous biography of Pythagoras, which has been republished by the MSAC Philosophy Group. Details the interesting life narrative of the one of the great thinkers in the early Greek world.

©2007 MSAC Philosophy Group (P)2016 MSAC Philosophy Group

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very interesting, enjoyed it. good Information, thanks for the reading. Iamblichus always good .

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Most Important of All Philosophy Books

Pythagoras is the first of all Philosophers, unless we count Hermes Trismegistus, about which little is known outside of the Emerald Tablets (please research these). Pythagoras is the first of the Greek line of philosopher-saints, which include Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle. His Hermetic school is a landmark in spiritual and ethical progress, as well as in the worlds of the logic and society and politics. It is advised to begin your study of philosophy or spirituality with Hermes and Pythagoras.

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