ANAXAGORAS [59 DK]D Only One Book (D1)
D1 Diog. Laert.
a (< A37) 1.16
οἱ δὲ ἀνὰ ἓν συγγράψαντες·1 [. . .] Ἀναξαγόρας.
b (< A1) 2.11Three Summaries Going Back Ultimately to Theophrastus (D2–D4)
D2 (< A41) Simpl. In Phys., pp. 26.31–27.17
τῶν δὲ ἀπείρους τῷ πλήθει λεγόντων οἱ μὲν ἁπλᾶς
ANAXAGORASD Only One Book (D1)
D1 Diogenes Laertius
a (< A37)
[. . .] others, who wrote only one treatise: [. . .] Anaxagoras.
b (< A1)
Anaxagoras was also the first person to publish a book in the form of a treatise.1Three Summaries Going Back Ultimately to Theophrastus (D2–D4)
D2 (< A41) Simplicius, Commentary on Aristotle’s Physics
Among those who say that they [i.e. the principles] are infinite in number, some said that they are simple and