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The inscribed bust has often been illustrated in engravings  and photographs: a photograph of it forms the frontispiece to the Loeb Classical Library Theophrastus: Enquiry into Plants vol. I, Theodor Geisel used the name "Theophrastus" as the given name of his pen-name alter ego, Dr. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Ancient greek philosopher. Statue of Theophrastus, Palermo Botanical Garden. Aristotle , Plato. Strato of Lampsacus , Alexander of Aphrodisias , and the entire Peripatetic school. Main article: Historia Plantarum Theophrastus. The standard author abbreviation Theophr. The latter report is problematic". Encyclopedia of classical philosophy , p. Jerome 's Chronicle asserts that he lived to the age of " Hort [ full citation needed ]. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Aulus Gellius, xiii.
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Natural history. History of botany. Historia Plantarum and Causes of Plants of Theophrastus c. Alternation of generations Cell theory Center of diversity Phylogenetic nomenclature Spontaneous generation Taxonomy Ultrastructure. Theophrastus c. Botanical garden Herbal Plant taxonomy History of plant systematics Systems of plant taxonomy Herbalism History of agricultural science History of agriculture History of biochemistry History of biology History of biotechnology History of ecology History of evolutionary thought History of genetics History of geology History of medicine History of molecular biology History of molecular evolution History of paleontology History of phycology History of science Natural philosophy Philosophy of biology Timeline of biology and organic chemistry.
History of biology. Germ theory of disease Central dogma of molecular biology Darwinism Great chain of being Hierarchy of life Lamarckism One gene—one enzyme hypothesis Protocell RNA world hypothesis Sequence hypothesis Spontaneous generation. Fisher E. Ford J. Stephen Jay Gould W. Williams Carl Woese. The extent to which Theophrastus followed Aristotle's doctrines, or defined them more accurately, or conceived them in a different form, and what additional structures of thought he placed upon them, can only be partially determined because of the loss of so many of his writings.
He wrote at length on the unity of judgment ,  on the different kinds of negation,  and on the difference between unconditional and conditional necessity. To this, too, may have belonged the proposition quoted from his Topics , that the principles of opposites are themselves opposed, and cannot be deduced from one and the same higher genus.
Theophrastus introduced his Physics with the proof that all natural existence, being corporeal and composite, requires principles ,  and first and foremost, motion , as the basis of all change. He departed more widely from Aristotle in his doctrine of motion, since on the one hand he extended it over all categories, and did not limit it to those laid down by Aristotle.
Surely, then, if the life in animals does not need explanation or is to be explained only in this way, may it not be the case that in the heavens too, and in the heavenly bodies, movement does not need explanation or is to be explained in a special way? He recognised no activity without motion,  and so referred all activities of the soul to motion: the desires and emotions to corporeal motion, judgment kriseis and contemplation to spiritual motion.
Theophrastus seems, generally speaking, where the investigation overstepped the limits of experience, to have preferred to develop the difficulties rather than solve them, as is especially apparent in his Metaphysics. With regard to the view that all things are for the sake of an end and nothing is in vain, the assignation of ends is in general not easy, as it is usually stated to be He did not follow the incessant attempts by Aristotle to refer phenomena to their ultimate foundations, or his attempts to unfold the internal connections between the latter, and between them and phenomena.
Theophrastus did not allow a happiness resting merely upon virtue,  or, consequently, to hold fast by the unconditional value of morality. He subordinated moral requirements to the advantage at least of a friend,  and had allowed in prosperity the existence of an influence injurious to them. In later times, fault was found with his expression in the Callisthenes , "life is ruled by fortune, not wisdom" vitam regit fortuna non sapientia. Theophrastus was opposed to eating meat on the grounds that it robbed animals of life and was therefore unjust.
Non-human animals, he said, can reason, sense, and feel just as human beings do. The marble herm figure with the bearded head of philosopher type, bearing the explicit inscription, must be taken as purely conventional. Unidentified portrait heads did not find a ready market in post-Renaissance Rome.
Massimi at the time the engraving was made. It is now in the Villa Albani , Rome inv. The inscribed bust has often been illustrated in engravings  and photographs: a photograph of it forms the frontispiece to the Loeb Classical Library Theophrastus: Enquiry into Plants vol. I, Theodor Geisel used the name "Theophrastus" as the given name of his pen-name alter ego, Dr.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ancient greek philosopher. Statue of Theophrastus, Palermo Botanical Garden. Aristotle , Plato. Strato of Lampsacus , Alexander of Aphrodisias , and the entire Peripatetic school. Main article: Historia Plantarum Theophrastus.
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