OTHER WORDS FROM AnaxagorasAn·ax·ag·o·re·an [an-ak-sag-uh-ree-uhn], /ˌæn ækˌsæg əˈri ən/, adjective
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As the science historian George Sarton wrote, Anaxagoras “introduced the scientific spirit into Athens.”
Anaxagoras’ scientific importance rests, however, not on the accuracy of his theories but rather on the insightfulness of his attitude.
It was 2,500 years ago this year that a philosopher named Anaxagoras arrived in Athens, Greece.
Anaxagoras’ nous was the one distinctive ingredient in his system.
Even more profoundly, Anaxagoras identified a key issue that has perplexed practitioners of science ever since — the relationship between reason and the senses.
He first studied philosophy under Anaxagoras, and next under Archelaus, the natural philosopher.
Or if there were composition only, and no division of substances, then the chaos of Anaxagoras would come again.Phaedo|Plato
The popular tribunal which condemned Anaxagoras had evidently not risen to the metaphysical point of view.August Comte and Positivism|John-Stuart Mill
According to modern science, Anaxagoras was very close upon the trail of truth.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 12|Elbert Hubbard
Next followed the purely mythical theory, already mentioned, in which Anaxagoras believed.Schenk's Theory: The Determination of Sex|Samuel Leopold Schenk