The work of Diogenes of Apollonia, a 5th-century BCE philosopher from Apollonia, serves as a vital bridge between early Presocratic thought and later philosophical developments
Ever wondered if your choices are truly your own? Leucippus' ground-breaking theory of atomistic determinism challenges our most basic beliefs about free will and changed how we view reality.
(c. 588 – c. 524 BCE) An influential pre-Socratic philosopher from ancient Ionia, Anaximenes is best remembered for positing air as the primordial substance, or 'archê', from which all things arise and to which they return.
Anaximander of Miletus (c. 611-547 BCE) was an innovative and influential pre-Socratic philosopher, geographer, and biologist from ancient Ionia, the intellectual heart of Greece. He was a student of Thales, another pre-Socratic philosopher, but his thinking diverged significantly from his mentor's. Anaximander's work, though mostly lost, has been widely recognized
Known as the 'Father of Science'. One of the Seven Sages of Ancient Greece. The first recorded Western Philosopher (7th-6th century BCE). Founder of the Miletus School.