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They have narrated every possible wicked story of the gods: theft, adultery, and
mutual deception. 13. (Homer was earlier than Hesiod). 14. But mortals believe
the gods to be created by birth, and to have their own (mortals') raiment, voice
Spurious 21. (The moon): Of false appearance. 22. 'Remarkably hard to convince'
. (=Plato, Parmenides, I35A). 23. (The Acropolis of Boeotian Thebes was called in
ancient times 'Islands of the Blest'.) 24. (The Telchines were created from the ...
Being does not exist. i. as everlasting. ii. as created. iii. as both. iv. as One. v. as
Many. (c) A mixture of Being and Not-Being does not exist. II. If anything exists, it
is incomprehensible. III. If it is comprehensible, it is incommunicable. I. Nothing ...
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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