Anaximenes

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From Ancient Greek Ἀναξιμένης (Anaximénēs).

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Anaximenes

  1. (c. 585 BCE–c. 525 BCE) An ancient Greek pre-Socratic philosopher from Miletus; the pupil of Anaximander. He taught that the basic element of which the world is composed is the air.

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