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HoP #2 Infinity and Beyond

Peter discusses two very early Greek philosophers, both from Miletus: Anaximander and Anaximenes.

Anaximander-was slightly younger than Thales (maybe his student), made a Sundial, the principle of all things is infinite (in both time and space), ‘Things come to be and are destroyed according to necessity.

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Classical Philosophy

Philosopher Fridays: The Pre-Socratics, Part One

For this week’s edition of Philosopher Fridays, I’m doing something a little bit different. Instead of picking one philosopher to explore, I’m looking at a tradition of Pre-Socratic philosophers. 520 palabras más


WETTENED BY WHITECAPS: Tubing the Sacandaga River

The clouds are threatening rain on this very hot summer day, but there’s not a thought in our mind about cancelling. We came to get wet, so raindrops won’t deter us. 1.152 palabras más

Mike Kelsey