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 noun Plural form of
NeoPythagorean .
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A: But this is absurd; we are not NeoPythagoreans.

A: But this is absurd; we are not NeoPythagoreans.
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B: Suppose a NeoPythagorean were to come among us and say, You see, of course, that we must all be NeoPythagoreans.

And thus we must all be NeoPythagoreans; and thus must say that all nonmathematical explanations are simply false.

B: Suppose a NeoPythagorean were to come among us and say, You see, of course, that we must all be NeoPythagoreans.
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And thus we must all be NeoPythagoreans; and thus must say that all nonmathematical explanations are simply false.
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NeoPythagoreans sought either by invention or adop  tion to people that vacuum, and Iamblichus gives us
Dictionary of the History of Ideas JAMES PHILIP 1968

A quantitative relationship between the two was implied, but the mathematical relationship expressed in these texts may be most easily related to the number mysticism favored by the NeoPythagoreans and Eastern mystics.
Alchemy 1968

In the hands of NeoPythagoreans and NeoPlatonists these ideas become symbolic and mystical in later antiquity.
MUSIC AS A DIVINE ART REINHOLD HAMMERSTEIN 1968

His is rather an essay in the theory of number that we later encounter in Nico  machus of Gerasa the mathematician (end of first cen  tury A.D.) and the NeoPythagoreans.
Dictionary of the History of Ideas JAMES PHILIP 1968
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