Pythagoreanism[pi t̸hag′ə rē′ən iz′əm]
Pythagoreanism definition by Webster's New World
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the philosophy of Pythagoras, the main tenets of which were the transmigration of the soul and the belief in numbers as the ultimate elements of the universe
Pythagoreanism definition by American Heritage Dictionary
The syncretistic philosophy expounded by Pythagoras, distinguished chiefly by its description of reality in terms of arithmetical relationships.
- Py·thagˌo·reˈan adjective & n.