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Xenophanes, was the founder of the Eleatic school of philosophy, born in Asia Minor; was the first to enunciate the doctrine “all is one,” but “without specifying,” says Schwegler, “whether this unity was intellectual or moral.... Aristotle says he called God the one.”
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