Anaximines (c. 585-c. 525 BCE)

Anaximines is, after Thales and Anaximander, the third most ancient of the Greek philosophers. He belongs to the Presocratic philosophers, a range of thinkers who had little in common except their having lived before Socrates. These three philosophers hailed from Miletus, ...

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