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Originally appearing in Volume V09, Page 867 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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EUBULIDES, a native of Miletus, Greek philosopher and successor of Eucleides as head of the Megarian school. Nothing is known of the events of his life. Indirect evidence shows that he was a contemporary of Aristotle, whom he attacked with great bitterness. There was also a tradition that Demosthenes was one of his pupils. His name has been preserved chiefly by some EUCALYPTUS 867 celebrated, though false and captious, syllogisms of which he was the reputed author. Though mainly examples of verbal quibbling, they serve to show the difficulties of language and of explaining the relations of sense-given impressions. Eubulides wrote a treatise on Diogenes the Cynic and also a number of comedies. (See MEGARIAN SCHOOL OF PHILOSOPHY.)
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EUBOEA (pronounced Evvia in the modern language)

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