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Anaxagoras

Syllabification: An·ax·ag·o·ras
Pronunciation: /ˌanəkˈsaɡərəs, ˌanak-
 
/
( Circa 500-circa 428 bc), Greek philosopher. He believed that all matter was infinitely divisible and motionless until animated by mind (nous).

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