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- "The pre-Socratic philosopher Thales of Miletus, known as the father of science, believed that for any event there was a natural cause, even if we couldn't see it. And he thought that with perfect knowledge, man could control anything... everything."
- —Cayden James[src]
Thales was a pre-Socratic philosopher, considered to be the father of science. He hailed from Miletus.
Thales held a belief that for any event there was a natural cause, and thus with perfect knowledge, man could control anything.
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- In the real world, Thales of Miletus is considered by many to be the first philosopher in the Greek tradition. He was notable for having broken from the tradition of using mythology to describe the way in which the world worked.
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