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1. Collected together at one side of the bonfire of the humanities was the earliest group of Greek philosophers. What collective term was later used to describe this group?
2. This quiz made an opening in the bonfire of the humanities and philosophers started to get out. First out was Thales, but what did he propose a theory about?
3. The bonfire of the humanities next yielded up two of the group's early philosophers who came out together still arguing about the First Cause. Which one believed it was an eternal force?
4. Ignoring their objections, the next philosopher out of the bonfire of the humanities, Pythagoras, pushed past others to emerge. About what did he advance a theory?
5. Another philosopher politely thanked this quiz for helping to save him from the bonfire of the humanities. Known for his monotheistic belief, who was this philosopher?
6. Although he had settled down fairly comfortably there, the philosopher Parmenides did leave the bonfire of the humanities and started talking about his theory. What idea did it propose?
7. Still debating over his theory involving mind with other philosophers in the bonfire of the humanities, this man was next to be helped out by this quiz. What was his name?
8. Leucippus was gasping for air as this philosopher too was pulled from the bonfire of the humanities. What did part of his theory concern?
9. The next man to crawl out of the bonfire of the humanities was one of the later philosophers of the group. He was known for his belief in a form of subjectivism but who was he?
10. The bonfire of the humanities was listing a little but several more philosophers were able to get out by making a collective push. Among them was Critias, who posited a theory about what?
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