It is almost as if Aristotle, in his explanation of human agency, transforms the Anaximander's apeiron
into an underlying mental/psychological substance (or nature) that persists through change while giving birth to and maintaining different ratios of the opposing contraries.
Vassilis Karasmanis argues that Plato's account of apeiron
(the unlimited) in the Philebus is an attempt to understand continuity and magnitude through a third concept, incommensurability.
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In spite of the subtleties we have to consider in speaking about apeiron
in various Greek philosophers, I would wish for the moment to stay on the more general plane and to declare simply that the so-called Greek abhorrence of infinity refers to the lowest position infinity as indefiniteness necessarily held, as compared to all finitist conceptions, in traditional Greek thought.
In passing beyond the utmost bound of human thought, Ulysses is passing into the apeiron
, which for Aristotle can mean not only "infinitely large" but also "totally disordered, infinitely complex, subject to no finite determination.
Van Kessel (Rome: Apeiron
, 1992), 188-200, 310-316.
16) Butler, James, 'The Arguments for the Most Pleasant Life in Republic IX: A Note Against the Common Interpretation , Apeiron
32 (1999) 37-48
On Universal Properties of Tunneling", APEIRON
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The smart Cairdeas (659), who must have some stallion potential as a half-brother to Desert King, this year's Free Handicap third Advanced (559), the useful stayer Brahminy Kite (383), Group 3 winner Apeiron
(447), and the smart juveniles Screwdriver (488), Campeltown (761) and Fiddler's Wood (581), are also catalogued.
They arise, inexplicably and unbidden, from the apeiron
or "depth," Anaximander's word/symbol for an unbounded and unconscious realm of potentiality, a place neither for the explosive confinement of unspeakable Freudian urges nor for closed colonization by Jungian archetypes.
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