500?-428? ; Gr. philosopher from Ionia who taught in Athens
Greek philosopher who held that objects are made up of infinitesimal parts, each of which contains a mixture of every different type of matter.
- An ancient Greek philosopher (c. 500 BC – 428 BC) from Clazomenae, who is famous for introducing the cosmological concept of Nous (mind), as an ordering force.
From Ancient Greek Ἀναξαγόρας (Anaksagoras).