Protagoras

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Protagoras was born in about 481 B.C. in Andera in Ancient Greece. He was a presocratic philosopher and is numbered as one of the sophists by Socrates.

His most famous saying is: "Man is the measure of all things, of those that are that they are, and of those that are not that they are not."