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[...] philosophy was also stimulated by scientific developments, in astronomy, in medicine and so on, which of course was not a single continuous stream: it contained declines and new beginnings, as living traditions always do. (italics added) (1995, 32) Even as early as 1927 in the UK, and through successive editions to 1959, William Tarn showed what a messy, cross-influenced world was Hellenic civilization.
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