Notes to Anaxagoras

1. Translations in this article are from Curd 2007.

2. Schofield (1975) initially challenged the authenticity of B10. In his later work (1980) he accepted it as Anaxagorean.

3. Here I follow the text of the parenthetical remark as printed in DK; this text is difficult but not impossible (Schofield 1980, Curd 2007).

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