- Apr 3, 2009 Sextus Empiricus reports that Anaxarchus "likened what is to a scene-painting and held it to resemble dreams and manic delusions.
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- Academic Publishers. 2007, 388-389. “Anaxarchus,” The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy,.
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- Anaxarchus pardalinus Stål, attracted oviposition but parasitoids failed to develop. Other Pentatomidae failed to attract oviposition by T.
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- Apr 21, 2000 Anaxarchus r. Anaximander r. Anaximenes r.
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- Anaxarchus [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
- Jan 9, 2006 Anaxarchus was a close companion of Alexander the Great, and he reportedly accompanied Pyrrho on Alexander's expedition to India.
- Anaxarchus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Anaxarchus was a philosopher of the school of Democritus. Together with Pyrrho, he accompanied Alexander the Great into Asia.
- Diogenes Laertius, Life of Anaxarchus, from Lives of the
- I. ANAXARCHUS was a native of Abdera.
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- Anaxarchus was born at Abdera in Thrace. He was the companion and friend of Alexander the Great in his Asiatic campaigns.
- Anaxarchus (c.380-c.330 BC)
- Little is known of Anaxarchus' early life before meeting Alexander.
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