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"Apeiron" is a Macintosh computer game developed and released by Ambrosia Software. A remake of the 1980 arcade game Centipede, it was first released in February 1995. In November 2004, the game was ported to Mac OS X.

  • mode: Single-player video game
  • developer: Ambrosia Software
  • genres: Action game, Arcade game
  • publisher: Ambrosia Software
  • released on (19 years ago)


"Apeiron" is a written work.

  • language: Romanian Language
  • author: Dinu Flămând
  • released in (44 years ago)


  1. "Apeiron" is a musical album of Proton Kinoun.
    • released on (6 years ago)
  2. "Apeiron" is a musical album of Sad Souls.


  1. Apeiron is a musical group.
    • album: "Sentimental Sickness"
  2. Apeiron is a musical group.
    • album: "Todo sigue intacto"
  3. Apeiron is a musical group.
    • album: "Night in Krakow"


  1. Apeiron is a Greek word meaning "unlimited," "infinite", or "indefinite" from ἀ- a-, "without" and πεῖραρ peirar, "end, limit", the Ionic Greek form of πέρας peras, "end, limit, boundary".
  2. Apeiron: Apeiron: A Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science is a peer-reviewed academic journal on ancient philosophy. It covers research in the area of ancient Greek and Roman philosophy and science, up to the end of the classical period.
  3. Apeiron: Apeiron: studies in infinite nature is the name of a scientific journal and publisher of books on studies in infinite nature. It is a quarterly international publication started in 1987. Apeiron publishes theoretical and experimental work in a wide variety of fields within physics, but is especially noted for publishing alternative theories of cosmology, relativity, and quantum mechanics.

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Apeiron

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Google previewPresocratic Reflexivity: The Construction of Philosophical Discourse C. 600-450 B.C. (2002)

Logological Investigations: Volume Three by Barry Sandywell

The word apeiron is a negative adjective in the neuter formed from the noun peirar or peras.

Google previewNature Mathematized (2012)

Historical and Philosophical Case Studies in Classical Modern Natural Philosophy by W. R. Shea

In short, for Aristotle, the intelligible root of the apeiron is that it is a well-formed potentiality, the features of which can be understood ...

Google previewPlatonic Architectonics (2004)

by John Shannon Hendrix

The apeiron is an infinite space which is separated from physical space, and it is the space of the arche, which preexists being. It is a space which pre-exists space, where the finite is created from the infinite. It is the arche itself, the One of ...

Google previewArchitecture and Psychoanalysis (2006)

Peter Eisenman and Jacques Lacan by John Shannon Hendrix

The apeiron is a chora which exceeds the physical and temporal permutations of matter, as the anchoring point in the tropic sequence is that point which exceeds the mechanisms of language and introduces the crossing of the bar between ...

Google previewThe Blackwell Dictionary of Western Philosophy (2008)

by Nicholas Bunnin, Jiyuan Yu

Aquinas, Summa Theologiae apeiron Metaphysics, philosophy of nature, ancient Greek philosophy [Greek, from a, not + peras, limit or boundary, hence unbounded, infinite] The unbounded was contrasted with peras or kosmos (world ), which ...

Google previewBreverton's Encyclopedia of Inventions (2013)

by Terry Breverton

Anaximander introduced the abstract apeiron (infinite) as an origin of the universe, something unlimited in its source that could create without experiencing decay, so that genesis would never stop. Anaximander understood the beginning or ...

Google previewLexicon Urthus, Second Edition (2008)

by Michael Andre-Driussi

Apeiron “the male's seed penetrates the female ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Political Theory (2010)

A - E by Mark Bevir

For example, Anaximander believed that all beings in the world came from some apeiron (unlimited) stuff. In this original state there was a dynamic balance of opposites, which is (world) justice. When some entities come into being from this ...

Google previewBiographical Dictionary of North American Classicists (1994)

by Ward W. Briggs, American Philological Association

apeiron and a tendency to infer too much from the evidence, the bane of work on the fragmentary remains of the pre- Socratics. L. A. Post called the book " concise, definite, and independent" (CJ 27 [191 1-2] 623). PUBLICATIONS: "The ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Philosophy of Religion (2010)

by Charles Taliaferro, Elsa J. Marty

APEIRON. Greek, “boundless.” The fundamental substance in Anaximander's ...

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