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The thunder-bolt (i.e. Fire) steers the universe. 65. Need and satiety. 66. Fire,
having come upon them, will judge and seize upon (condemn) all things. 67. God
is day-night, winter-summer, war-peace, satiety- famine. But he changes like (fire)
Fire lives the death of earth, and air lives the death of fire ; water lives the death of
air, earth that of water. 77. It is delight, or rather death, to souls to become wet . . .
We live their (the souls') death, and they (the souls) live our death. 78. Human ...
Come now, hear how the Fire as it was separated sent up the night-produced
shoots of men and much-lamenting women ; for my tale is not wide of the mark
nor ill-informed. At first, undifferentiated shapes of earth arose, having a share of
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A definitely must read for any Philosophy student or anyone interested in knowing the origins of Western thought. Here you find all the known fragments of the early Greek Philosophers without ... Read full review