Pythagorean

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Pythagorean, meaning of or pertaining to the ancient Ionian mathematician, philosopher, and music theorist Pythagoras, may refer to:

Philosophy[edit]

  • Pythagoreanism, the esoteric and metaphysical beliefs purported to have been held by Pythagoras
  • Neo-Pythagoreanism, a school of philosophy reviving Pythagorean doctrines that became prominent in the 1st and 2nd centuries AD
  • Pythagorean diet, the name for vegetarianism prior to the nineteenth century

Mathematics[edit]

Music[edit]

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