Philip of Opus

400 BC - 400 BC

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Philip (or Philippus) of Opus (Greek: Φίλιππος Ὀπούντιος), was a philosopher and a member of the Academy during Plato's lifetime. Philip was the editor of Plato's Laws. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Philip of Opus has received more than 41,604 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Philip of Opus is the 818th most popular philosopher (down from 807th in 2019), the 2,320th most popular biography from Italy (down from 2,119th in 2019) and the 55th most popular Italian Philosopher.

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Among philosophers, Philip of Opus ranks 818 out of 1,089Before him are Anania Shirakatsi, Aleksey Khomyakov, Henry of Ghent, Timon of Athens, Alcidamas, and Denis Pétau. After him are Jakob Friedrich Fries, Menedemus, Samuel Alexander, Lars Gustafsson, Ervin László, and Paul de Man.

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Among people born in 400 BC, Philip of Opus ranks 69Before him are Acrotatus II, Meleager, King Xian of Zhou, Antipater Etesias, Erinna, and Artabazos II. After him are Leosthenes, Lanassa, Ada of Caria, Philitas of Cos, Neoptolemus, and Gaius Licinius Stolo. Among people deceased in 400 BC, Philip of Opus ranks 24Before him are Nausiphanes, Euphranor, Oxyartes, Aeneas Tacticus, Li Kui, and Erinna. After him are Pythias, Gaius Licinius Stolo, Lagus, Sosipatra, Argaeus II of Macedon, and Crateuas of Macedon.

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In Italy

Among people born in Italy, Philip of Opus ranks 2,320 out of 4,088Before him are Prince Michael of Greece and Denmark (1939), Chromatius (335), Bartolomeo Montagna (1450), Lorenzo Tiepolo (1300), Richard Mollier (1863), and Nicolò da Ponte (1491). After him are Loris Francesco Capovilla (1915), Giorgio Strehler (1921), Princess Maria Carolina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (1820), Ferruccio Valcareggi (1919), Pietro Ottoboni (1667), and Alessandro Achillini (1463).


Among philosophers born in Italy, Philip of Opus ranks 55Before him are Giles of Rome (1243), Luigi Guido Grandi (1671), Pantaenus (200), Ludovico Antonio Muratori (1672), Francesco Algarotti (1712), and Lanza del Vasto (1901). After him are John Italus (1025), Dietrich von Hildebrand (1889), Camillo Berneri (1897), Vincenzo Gioberti (1801), Andrea Carlo Ferrari (1850), and Alois Riehl (1844).