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H. Diels-\V. , 1934. 4) Heraclitus 22 B 8 6) Philolaos 44 B 6. 6) Heraclitus 22 B 123. 7) Heraclitus 22 B 54. 8) Heraclitus 22 C 2. 9) Heraclitus 22 B 114. 10) Democritus 68 B 176. 11) Democritus 68 B 69. NOTES ") 27 Philolaos 44 B 6. 13) Philolaos 44 B II. 14) F. Heinimann, Nomos und Physis, Basel 1945. lli) F. Heinimann, loco cit. te) Plutarchus, Adver8U8 Oolotum 14, 1115 A. itius I, 27, 5; H. Diels, Doxographi Graeci 322 b 9. Diogenes Laertius, De vitis, &c. VII, 149. Philodemus, De pietate c.

The absolute entity corresponding to the class of the Definite will be the One, the absolute entity corresponding to the class of the Indefinite will be the Indefinite Duality. So from these two absolute entities or principles, all things must be generated. This generation of the world from the principles has also been described by Plato in his lecture, but unfortunately this part of Sextus' report is extremely obscure, no doubt on account of the obscurity of Plato's lecture itself. The historical influence of the conceptions developed in Plato's lecture must have been considerable.

Facts, This paradox will be discussed more thoroughly in Part VI. P] REACTIONS AND DEVELOPMENTS (ij) 21 The Larvatus Paradox: 59) A. Do you know your father? B. Yes! A. How is that possible? ' - what will be your answer? B. That I don't know him, of course! A. But now that man happens to be your father! So, if you don't know that man, it is clear you don't know your own father. o,): it is known that Aristotle frequently uses such words when he makes an appeal to self-evidence. I previously construed the argument as an objection to Aristotle's evidence postulate (ct.

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