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Atomism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Atomism (from Greek ἄτομον, atomon, i.e. "uncuttable", "indivisible" [1] [2] [3]) is a natural philosophy that developed in several ancient traditions.

Atomism - New World Encyclopedia

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In natural philosophy, atomism is the theory that all the objects in the universe are composed of very small, invisible, indestructible building blocks—atoms.

Atomism - definition of atomism by The Free Dictionary

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Nor is there any discussion of the peculiar transformations Wittgenstein made upon the brand of atomism he picked up from his sometime teacher Bertrand Russell, a bit ...

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Atomism, any doctrine that explains complex phenomena in terms of aggregates of fixed particles or units. This philosophy has found its most successful application in ...

Ancient Atomism (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

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1. Atomism before Leucippus? Leucippus (5th c. BCE) is the earliest figure whose commitment to atomism is well attested. He is usually credited with ...

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atomism, philosophic concept of the nature of the universe, holding that the universe is composed of invisible, indestructible material particles. The theory was ...

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Atomism | Define Atomism at Dictionary.com

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Atomism definition, Also called atomic theory. ... atomist, noun, adjective atomistic, atomistical, adjective atomistically, adverb. Collins English Dictionary ...

The Galileo Project | Science | Atomism

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Atomism. The notion that matter is made up of small, indivisible particles goes back to the ancient Greeks. In the sixth century BCE, thinkers began ...

Atomism from the 17th to the 20th Century (Stanford ...

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Atomism in the form in which it first emerged in Ancient Greece was a metaphysical thesis, purporting to establish claims about the ultimate nature of ...