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(c. 610 BCE – 547 BCE/556 BCE/546 BCE)

Pre-Socratic ancient Greek philosopher of the Milesian school. He succeeded Thales to become the second master of that school. Anaximenes was one of his students



Works about Anaximander[edit]

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