Arché

Arché (official name: Arché - Philosophical Research Centre for Logic, Language, Metaphysics and Epistemology) is a research centre at the University of St Andrews, Scotland. It was founded by Professor Crispin Wright. For the calendar years 2003-2007 Arché was an AHRC Research Centre with special projects that have included the Logical and Met...
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Arche

ArchePronunciation-needed (ἀρχή) is a Greek word with primary senses `beginning`, `origin` or `source of action`. (εξ’ ἀρχής : from the beginning, ο εξ’ ἀρχής λόγος:the original argument), and later first principle or element, first so used by Anaximander (Simplicius in Ph. 150.23), principles of knowledge (ἀ...
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Arche

(Gr. arche) The first in a series; that from which a thing either is or comes to be; origin; principle; first cause (Aristotle). -- G.R.M.
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Arche

[moon] Arche (iː {respell|ARK|ee}; Greek: Αρχή), also known as Jupiter XLIII, is a moon of Jupiter. It was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii led by Scott S. Sheppard in 2002, and received the temporary designation S/2002 J 1. Arche is about 3 kilometres in diameter, and orbits Jupiter at an average dista...
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Arche

[mythology] Arche (Ἀρχή) in Greek mythology is the muse of origins. She was one of the five later identified (Boeotian) muses. Nine different muses were later named which became known as the Olympian Muses, daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne which is more familiar in classical descriptions of the muses. ...
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