Anaximander (pré-socrático) speculated and argued about "the Boundless" as the origin of all that is.
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Anaximander | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophyt Encyclopedia of Philosophy Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy Search Primary Menu Skip to content A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z × search Anaximander (c. 610—546 B.C.E.) <span>Anaximander was the author of the first surviving lines of Western philosophy. He speculated and argued about "the Boundless" as the origin of all that is. He also worked on the fields of what we now call geography and biology. Moreover, Anaximander was the first speculative astronomer. He originated the world-picture of the open universe,
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