The Pythagoras of Samos (570 BC – 495 BC) was an Ionian Greek philosopher, mathematician, and father of Pythagorasan brotherhood whose nature was religious, but it developed policies that later influenced philosophers like Plato and Aristotle. He was born on the eastern coast of the Aegean Sea, which is presently near the present-day Turkey of Samos Island. It is believed that during his childhood, he traveled to different countries, including Egypt, for the purpose of seeking knowledge. In 530 BC, the Greek colony, located in southern Italy, went to Croton, and there established a spiritual and philosophical brotherhood. His followers obeyed His bounds and taught His philosophical theories. This community has been influencing Croton politics which makes them dangerous for themselves. At one time their bodies were burnt down and Pythagoras was forced to leave the Crotone. It is speculated that he had spent the last days of his life in the heart of South Italy.
Pythagoras did not write anything, and in the contemporary writings, details of him are not known. In addition, from the 1st century BC, he was seen in quite a non-historical perspective. At that time, it was thought that Pythagoras was one of those heavenly creatures and everything in Greek philosophy (even more thought than Plato and Aristotle) that he started all of them. In order to establish this idea, even some of the books were trapped in the name of Pythagoras and Pythagoreanists. So, to know the truth about him, we need to look at the most authentic and oldest proofs. Because obviously later the latter distorted information about him.
Although Pythagoras is known primarily as a mathematician and scientist, the oldest evidence says that even during one or a half years of his death, he was not famous for mathematics or science even during Plato and Aristotle. He was known then, firstly, As an expert on the consequences of the soul after death, who thought that the soul was immortal and consistently many of his rebirths, secondly, as a scholar on religious rituals, thirdly, as a magician who has gold thighs and who can stay in two places simultaneously, and fourthly, a harsh Life system that prohibits dietary habits and rituals and strong self -There are instructions for controlling his father.
It is very difficult to determine which works of Pythagoras and what their successors are doing. Even then, it is thought that Pythagoras is the father of the theory and the importance of effectiveness in the world and in music. Like other pre-Socratic philosophers, there is a debate whether he thought about cosmology and whether he really was called mathematician. But the oldest of the signs say Pythagoras gave the idea of a universe that was based on moral criteria and numerical relations. Plato’s cosmic mythology has similarities with the ideas found in it. He was very much interested in the relationship between numbers, whose best example is Pythagoras’ theorem. But this theorem does not seem to prove it. Probably the predecessor of Pythagorian philosophy’s predecessor these successors have taken the cosmology of their teacher day by day to more scientific and mathematical aspects, among which Philolaus and Architas are notable.
Pythagoras raised a relatively optimistic image of postnatal souls and provided a way of life that was able to attract many because of firmness and discipline. It is said that he was the first who called himself a philosopher or a lover of wisdom. Raised a relatively hopeful attitude of the soul and provided a way of life that was able to attract many due to firmness and discipline. It is said that he was the first who called himself a philosopher or a lover of wisdom. Raised a relatively hopeful attitude of the soul and provided a way of life that was able to attract many due to firmness and discipline. It is said that he was the first who called himself a philosopher or a lover of wisdom.