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Who was Anaximander?
Anaximander (c. 610 BC–c. 546 BC), was a pre-Socratic Greek philosopher who lived in Miletus, an ancient city in what is now Aydin Province, Turkey. Little of his life and work is known today.
A student of Thales at the Milesian school, he later succeeded his teacher, and counted Anaximenes and Pythagoras among his pupils.
Historians consider Anaximander the first philosopher to write down his thought and conclusion, although only one fragment of his work — in fact, little more than a single long sentence — remains.
The fragment speaks to the beginning and end of things, justice, payment and order. In a translation included in his Early Greek Thinking, German philosopher Martin Heidegger translated it this way:
“But that from which things arise also gives rise to their passing away, according to what is necessary; for things render justice and pay penalty to one another for their injustice, according to the ordinance of time.”
Anaximander was recalled by Aristotle and others during Greek philosophy’s golden age as an early proponent of science and of relying on observation to explain the world around him. He was among the first to suggest the existence of natural laws, and also held that anything that disturbs the balance of nature is ultimately unsustainable.
Aside from philosophy. Anaximander is remembered for his keen interest and insights into a wide range of topics, including astronomy, physics, geometry, and politics.