Xenocrates of Chalcedon, 396 BC -314 BC. Ancient Greek thinker, student of Plato and scholarch of the Academy who opposed the teachings of Aristotle. He also contended that numbers and the Platonic forms are of the same kind.

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Life of Xenocrates
Section from the Lives of the Philosophers, as compiled by Diogenes Laertius and translated by C.D. Yonge.
MacTutor History of Mathematics: Xenocrates of Chalcedon
Biography, bibliography and list of related topics.
Wikipedia: Xenocrates
Entry drawn from the 1911 Britannica.
Xenocrates
A detailed article by Russell Dancy on this thinker's life and teachings. From the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

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