ANAXIMANDER

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Anaximander And The Origins Of Greek Cosmology

Author : Charles H. Kahn
ISBN : 0872202550
Genre : Philosophy
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Through criticism and analysis of ancient traditions, Kahn reconstructs the pattern of Anaximander’s thought using historical methods akin to the reconstructive techniques of comparative linguists.
Category: Philosophy

Anaximander

Author : Andrew Gregory
ISBN : 9781472508928
Genre : Philosophy
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Anaximander, the sixth-century BCE philosopher of Miletus, is often credited as being the instigator of both science and philosophy. The first recorded philosopher to posit the idea of the boundless cosmos, he was also the first to attempt to explain the origins of the world and humankind in rational terms. Anaximander's philosophy encompasses theories of justice, cosmogony, geometry, cosmology, zoology and meteorology. Anaximander: A Re-assessment draws together these wide-ranging threads into a single, coherent picture of the man, his worldview and his legacy to the history of thought. Arguing that Anaximander's statements are both apodeictic and based on observation of the world around him, Andrew Gregory examines how Anaximander's theories can all be construed in such a way that they are consistent with and supportive of each other. This includes the tenet that the philosophical elements of Anaximander's thought (his account of the apeiron, the extant fragment) can be harmonised to support his views on the natural world. The work further explores how these theories relate to early Greek thought and in particular conceptions of theogony and meterology in Hesiod and Homer.
Category: Philosophy

Anaximander In Context

Author : Dirk L. Couprie
ISBN : 9780791487785
Genre : Philosophy
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Places the development of Anaximander's thought within social, political, cosmological, astronomical, and technological contexts.
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Anaximander And The Architects

Author : Robert Hahn
ISBN : 0791447936
Genre : Architecture
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Uses textual and archaeological evidence to argue that emerging Egyptian and Greek architectural technologies were crucial to the origins and development of Greek philosophy.
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Anaximander And The Architects

Author : Robert Hahn
ISBN : 0791447944
Genre : Architecture
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Uses textual and archaeological evidence to argue that emerging Egyptian and Greek architectural technologies were crucial to the origins and development of Greek philosophy.
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The Beginning Of Western Philosophy

Author : Martin Heidegger
ISBN : 9780253015617
Genre : Philosophy
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Volume 35 of Heidegger’s Complete Works comprises a lecture course given at the University of Freiburg in 1932, five years after the publication of Being and Time. During this period, Heidegger was at the height of his creative powers, which are on full display in this clear and imaginative text. In it, Heidegger leads his students in a close reading of two of the earliest philosophical source documents, fragments by Greek thinkers Anaximander and Parmenides. Heidegger develops their common theme of Being and non-being and shows that the question of Being is indeed the origin of Western philosophy. His engagement with these Greek texts is as much of a return to beginnings as it is a potential reawakening of philosophical wonder and inquiry in the present.
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Greek Materialists Thales Anaximander And Anaximenes

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Features information about the Greek philosophers Thales of Miletus (624-546 B.C.), Anaximander (c.611-546 B.C.), and Anaximenes of Miletus (c.545 B.C.). Notes that each of the philosophers believed that the universe consisted of material substance rather than being mental or spiritual. Describes the beliefs of each of the philosophers. Includes information about Scientific Pantheism.
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Apeiron

Author : Radim Kočandrle
ISBN : 9783319497549
Genre : Philosophy
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This book offers an innovative analysis of the Greek philosopher Anaximander’s work. In particular, it presents a completely new interpretation of the key word Apeiron, or boundless, offering readers a deeper understanding of his seminal cosmology and, with it, his unique conception of the origin of the universe. Anaximander traditionally applied Apeiron to designate the origin of everything. The authors’ investigation of the extant sources shows, however, that this common view misses the mark. They argue that instead of reading Apeiron as a noun, it should be considered an adjective, with reference to the term phusis (nature), and that the phrase phusis apeiros may express the boundless power of nature, responsible for all creation and growth. The authors also offer an interpretation of Anaximander's cosmogony from a biological perspective: each further step in the differentiation of the phenomenal world is a continuation of the original separation of a fertile seed. This new reading of the first written account of cosmology stresses the central role of the boundless power of nature. It provides philosophers, researchers, and students with a thought-provoking explanation of this early thinker's conception of generation and destruction in the universe.
Category: Philosophy