Greek Philosopher

Anaximenes Greek Philosopher (610 547 AC) I complete exponent of the Ionian philosophy (group of thinkers who opposes his philosophical theses to the itlica series of the Pythagoreans. Disciple of anaximandro, son of Euristrato. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr.. The element chosen by Anaximenes is the air, which difference in the particular substances by rarefaction and condensation. When subtle becoming but one becomes fire, when being condensed in wind, soon in cloud, but even condensed in water, earth and stone, the other things take place from these. Ntese that this thinker proposes how the matter can be transformed into its diverse movable spheres. Which to a certain extent, establishes the small theoretical bases that many centuries later serian a reflection principle that would take to a few alchemists towards " love cientfico" or towards a conception of " wisdom cientfica". Clearly, we do not forget that the alchemy was born in old Egypt.

Soon it began to bloom in Alexandria and with the days in Chinese, this art owned mystical and experimental ideal, to find the relation of which I speak to them must take into account in which class of cultures I am adopted. Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr. insists that this is the case. It demonstrates us to history that when speaking of the alchemists we must locate them in a social context, that is to say that its experimental activity belongs to its time. And that in those centuries the society was only susceptible and act to make the construction of such events. As also it demonstrates to us, that the philosophy was the influence more positive than they could have. For Anaximenes it was important to establish his philosophical system on the foundations of a materialistic conception. In his explanations of inconciente way one approaches the ideas that conceive the nature like something mechanical. It writes down the following thing: the air, which difference in the particular substances by rarefaction and condensation.