Protagoras

Protagoras, one of the earliest of the Greek Sophists, born at Abdera, and who flourished in 440 B.C., and taught at Athens, from which he was banished as a blasphemer, as having called in question the existence of the gods; he taught that man was the measure of all things, of those that exist, that they are; and of those things that do not exist, that they are not; and that there is nothing absolute, that all is an affair of subjective conception.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Prohibitionist
Proletariat
Prometheus
Propaganda
Propertius, Sextus
Prophecy
Prophets
Proselytes
Proserpina
Prospero
Protagoras
Protection
Protestantism
Protestants
Proteus
Protogenes
Protoplasm
Proudhon, Pierre Joseph
Prout, Samuel
Prout, Father
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