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  Peripatetics   - a school of philosophy, founded by Aristotle
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323/64 oes to Chalcis; Theophrastus becomes head of the Peripatetic school.
322/19 Aristotle, the founder of the Peripatetic school of philosophy.
286/13 phrastus, who is succeeded as leader of the Peripatetics by Straton.
224/6 The death of the Peripatetic philosopher Lycon.
140/21 is succeeded as head of the Peripatetic school by Diodorus of Tyre.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_12.34   ar. Clearchus, the Peripatetic philosopher; states that
Apollod:Fr_40   aton of Lampsacus, head of the Peripatetic school. [41]
Athen_4.153   the philosophers of the Peripatetic school, in the hundre
Athen_5.211-214 *   all like Athenion the Peripatetic philosopher, who had
Athen_6.248   birth, as Satyrus the Peripatetic affirms, in his Life
Athen_6.249   and he was one of the Peripatetic school,- in his very
Athen_6.252   And Nicolaus the Peripatetic states that Sosipater, who
Athen_6.266   But Nicolaus the Peripatetic, and Poseidonius the Stoic
Athen_6.274   Mithridates, as Nicolaus the Peripatetic relates. For
Athen_8.352   And Phoenias the Peripatetic, in the second book of his
Athen_10.415   And Nicolaus the Peripatetic, in the hundred and third
Athen_12.541   ccount is given by Satyrus the Peripatetic, in his Lives.
Athen_12.543   61.] &# And Nicolaus the Peripatetic, in the (?) hundred
Athen_12.547     "And Lycon the Peripatetic," as Antigonus the Carystia
Athen_13.556   alereus, and Satyrus the Peripatetic, and Aristoxenus; who
Athen_13.563   iston of Ceos, the Peripatetic, appears to me to have said
Athen_13.602   [602] But Hieronymus the Peripatetic says that the ancient
Athen_14.652   was a philosopher of the Peripatetic school, and wrote a
Athen_14.655   given of guinea-fowls by the Peripatetic philosopher.
Athen_15.674   Love Affairs, and Ariston the Peripatetic, who was a native of
ChronPasc_437   Aristobulus, the Jewish Peripatetic philosopher, was in
Cic:Acad_1.17   of the Academic and the Peripatetic schools, which while agreeing in
Cic:Acad_1.18   was no difference between the Peripatetics and the Old Academy of
Cic:Acad_1.22   to be intended by the Peripatetics. This is indeed correct, for
Cic:Acad_1.33   of the doctrine of the Peripatetics and the Old Academy."
Cic:Acad_2.15   system of thought, the Peripatetic School and the Academy,
Cic:Acad_2.112-115 *   I were dealing with a Peripatetic, who would say that we
Cic:Acad_2.131   both the two latter were Peripatetics ; but the Old Academy
Cic:Acad_2.132   Old Academics and the Peripatetics. Will Antiochus therefore agree
Cic:Acad_2.139   of Polemon and the Peripatetics and Antiochus, and hitherto
Cic:Brut_119   the philosophers, the Peripatetic discipline is, in my
Cic:Brut_120   and flowing style of the Peripatetics, and Academics, is
Cic:DeOr_1.43   disputatious and questions. The Peripatetics would prove that those
Cic:DeOr_1.45   a pupil of Critolaus the Peripatetic; [46] and there were many
Cic:DeOr_1.104   great affection for me,) the Peripatetic Staseas, a man with whom
Cic:DeOr_2.75   is told of Phormion the Peripatetic; for when Hannibal, driven from
Cic:DeOr_3.62   one of whom founded the Peripatetic sect, the other the Academy;
Cic:DeOr_3.67   The remaining sects are the Peripatetic and the Academic; though of
Cic:DeOr_3.109   and are called Peripatetic or Academic philosophers,
Cic:Tusc_2.9   with the custom of the Peripatetics, and Academics, of disputing on
Cic:Tusc_3.22   our friends the Peripatetics, notwithstanding all their
Cic:Tusc_3.76   an evil. Others, as the Peripatetics, prefer urging that the evil
Cic:Tusc_4.6   is still preserved by the Peripatetics, and by the Stoics, though
Cic:Tusc_4.9   being disordered. Whereas the Peripatetics bring a great many
Cic:Tusc_4.38   and declarations of the Peripatetics are soft and effeminate,
Cic:Tusc_4.43   I add that the Peripatetics say that these perturbations,
Cic:Tusc_4.47   plainly to the purpose. The Peripatetics are answered by the Stoics;
Cic:Tusc_5.32   prove, that Zenon and the Peripatetics differ only about some new
Cic:Tusc_5.75   honourable? Let, then, the Peripatetics and old Academics follow
Cic:Tusc_5.82   now seemed to advise the Peripatetics and the Old Academy, boldly
Cic:Tusc_5.85   are external goods, as the Peripatetics call them, and the old
Cic:Tusc_5.120   what seemed goods to the Peripatetics were allowed to be advantages
Demetr:Eloc_181   favourite one with the Peripatetics as well as with Plat
DiogLaert_7.127   rtue and vice; while the Peripatetics assert that there
DiogLaert_7.163   are the works of Ariston the Peripatetic. [164] {8} It
DiogLaert_7.164   native of Iulis, one of the Peripatetic school. And ano
DiogLaert_7.173   also to say, that the Peripatetics were in the same con
Hieron:Chron_1841   obulus, the Jewish Peripatetic philosopher, was in his pri
Julian:Caes_330   was well stocked with Peripatetic subterfuges, and reto
Lucian:Macr_20   hty-four; Critolaus, the Peripatetic, more than eighty-two
Phld:Sto_61   Zenon to accept Academic and Peripatetic opinions . . .
Phlegon:Mir_1   Antisthenes the Peripatetic philosopher relates that
THI_20   (c. 200) son of Demetrios, a Peripatetic philosopher who has stayed


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