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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 nature has no power of
understanding; but the divine nature has it. 79. Man is called childish compared
For the Rare cannot possibly be as full as the Dense, but the Rare must at once
become more empty than the Dense. (9) The following distinction must be made
between the Full and the Not-Full : if a thing has room for or admits something, ...
In the (realm of) animals they become lions that have their lair in the mountains,
and their bed on the ground; and in (the realm of) fair-tressed trees, (they become
) laurels. 128. And for them there was no god Ares, nor Battle-Din, nor Zeus the ...
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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