Related formsA·nax·i·man·dri·an [uh-nak-suh-man-dree-uh n] /əˌnæk səˈmæn dri ən/, adjective
Examples from the Web for anaximander
Pythagoras was a contemporary of Anaximander, and, like him, one of the great founders of mathematics.
With Thales too, he looked upon it as a particular kind of matter, not indeterminate matter as taught by Anaximander.A Critical History of Greek Philosophy|W. T. Stace
Anaximander thinks that she gives light to herself, but it is very slender and faint.Essays and Miscellanies|Plutarch
(Anaximander)292 had better explain the consistence of the infinity by which he explains matter.Plotinos: Complete Works, v. 1|Plotinos (Plotinus)
Anaximander represents the earth as a cylinder, the upper face of which alone is inhabited.Astronomical Myths|John F. Blake