Anaximander of Miletus, c. 611 BCE to c. 547 BCE. Along with Thales and Anaximenes, he is one of the three great Milesian Presocratic thinkers. Judging from surviving fragments, he taught that all earthly variation comes from self-transformations of the Unbounded.
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Lecture notes by S. Marc Cohen. Focuses on the relation of Anaximander's thought to that of Thales.
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Anaximander
Detailed article on this Milesian, by Dirk L. Couprie.
Life of Anaximander
From the C.D. Yonge translation of Diogenes Laertius' Lives of the Philosophers.
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