Pythagoras did not coin the word "Philosophia" (By extension and implication; Pythagoras never existed)

  • Charles Ogundu Nnaji
Keywords: Pythagoras, Coin, Philosophia.

Abstract

The study primarily states that Pythagoras, the classical – Greek Philosopher of C500BC did not coin the word “Philosophia”: By extension, our research  hypothesis clearly states, (1) H0: that Pythagoras and classical Greek  philosophers never  existed (Philops: 1953) particularly they have no historical record but only attributed teachings. H0: That they are mere name personifications of their teachings or doctrines (Hebrew “Sopherim”: Neh. 7:57, i.e. teachers, secretaries, scribes or spokesmen of orders which their names represented. The Greek New Testament (2Pt. 1:11) “Sesophismenos” i.e. the “Sophis” on (Acts 5:2, “Enosophisato”) i.e. Cleverly invented stories or “muthos” (myths) fit into this study‟s classist – linguistic semitic and Hellenist, Hebrew textual, methodology which helped us to arrive at the major research finding that “Pythagoras”, “Heraclitus”, “Thales” (even Empedocles and Parmenides) were all of the Jewish-semitic, Asia – minor (lonian-Greek) related mileseans – colosae and Ephesian “Sesophis” (i.e. Cleverly invented histories) whose real classical texts are nowhere to be found, existing only on European “Sophist” tongues (the pheli) and on records that often remain missing. 

Keywords: Pythagoras, Coin, Philosophia.

Published
2016-06-03
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