Definition of Anaximenes in English:

Anaximenes

Line breaks: An¦ax|im¦enes
Pronunciation: /ˌanakˈsɪmɪniːz
 
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( Fl. 6th century), Greek philosopher and scientist, who lived at Miletus. Anaximenes believed the earth to be flat and shallow, a view of astronomy that was a retrograde step from that of Anaximander.

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