Definition of Anaximander in English:

Anaximander

Syllabification: A·nax·i·man·der
Pronunciation: /əˌnaksəˈmandər, əˈnaksəˌmandər
 
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  • (Circa 610-circa 545 bc), Greek scientist from Miletus. He believed the earth to be cylindrical and poised in space and is reputed to have taught that life began in water and that humans originated from fish.

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