- c480–c421 b.c., Greek Sophist philosopher.
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Historical Examples of protagoras
Do you know the original principle on which the doctrine of Protagoras is based?'
And therefore, as Protagoras says, "To myself I am the judge of what is and what is not."
Of this discovery, the first distinct assertion is contained in the thesis of Protagoras.
Protagoras will reply that the wind is hot to him who is cold, cold to him who is hot.
Well, you ask, and how will Protagoras reinforce his position?
- ?485–?411 bc, Greek philosopher and sophist, famous for his dictum "Man is the measure of all things."