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In what way, I have already explained in Book One. 4. (Titles: 'On the Solstice'. '
On the Equinox"). 12. ANAXIMANDER OF MILETUS Anaximander of Miletus was
in his prime about 560 B.C. The title or titles of any works of his are unknown. 1.
(Title): 'On Changes of Form.' 8b. (Title): 'On Strengthening Arguments.' 9. Sweet
exists by convention, bitter by convention, colour by convention ; atoms and Void
(alone) exist in reality . . . We know nothing accurately in reality, but (only) as it ...
(Title): 'On Poetry: 17. (There is no poetry without madness). 18. What a poet
writes with enthusiasm and divine inspiration is most beautiful. 1 8a. (Title) : ' On
the Beauty of Words? 1 8b. (Title): 'On well-sounding and ill-sounding Letters.' 19.
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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