Arkhè (ἀρχή) is a Concept in Philosophie of the ancient Greece, meaning the origin, the base, the beginning of the world or the First principle of all the things. The principle is what starts but also what orders. Anaximandre, (610-547 av. J.C.), passes to be the first used this term to indicate the principle of the things.
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