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Ananke

(ənăng`kē), in astronomy, one of the 39 known moons, or natural satellites, of JupiterJupiter
, in astronomy, 5th planet from the sun and largest planet of the solar system. Astronomical and Physical Characteristics

Jupiter's orbit lies beyond the asteroid belt at a mean distance of 483.6 million mi (778.
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Ananke

(ă-nank -ee) A small satellite of Jupiter, one of the planet's many outer satellites, discovered in 1951 by the US astronomer Seth Nicholson (1891–1963). See Jupiter's satellites; Table 2, backmatter.

Ananke

[ə′naŋ·kē]
(astronomy)
A small satellite of Jupiter with a diameter of about 14 miles (23 kilometers), orbiting with retrograde motion at a mean distance of 1.3 × 107 miles (2.1 × 107 kilometers). Also known as Jupiter XII.
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106) In this sense the ananke of difference can be understood simply as an inherent constraint on the process of generation in general, namely that it can never entirely achieve its telos, the perfect replication in particulars of their governing form or forms; for if it did, genesis would be entirely replaced by ousia and demiurgic activity would cease.
reminders of human limitedness and of human subjugation to Ananke.
This process of generation is consistent with the ubiquity of chance and necessity in Watt: the Ananke of The Republic, the tragedy of Oedipus, Leibniz's thesis on the "free" and the "necessary," the logical and familial chains, and the population statistics intersect and become inextricably linked.
As I have shared with other graduates, in classical Greek, ananke means destiny.
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to enantion ou monon alethes alla kai ananke asummetron einai).
Conventionally translated as "land," "area," or "space," chora is the realm of Necessity, ananke, and is said to be "the Receptacle--as it were, the nurse--of all Becoming.
Let us add that the account of the ten motions in the Laws should not be taken to contradict the six rectilinear motions that characterize ananke at Timaeus 43b.
24) For Gregory 1991:93, the 'bad faith of Odysseus and Polymestor encourages the audience to trace the deaths of Hecuba's youngest children [Polydorus as well as Polyxena] to an ananke that has little to do with fate and everything to do with arbitrary violence.
No historical analysis can therefore reject the term "destiny," so long as one understands it cannot be reduced to Necessity or Ananke, to the Unremovable that moves everything, to the Inevitable, but even to a simple ensemble of norms or rules verifiable in the facts.
Segal's concern and attempted resolution are as follows: 'This concept of voluntary persuasion seems at first to contradict the connection made between peitho and ananke in the Helen.
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