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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 ...
And I shall tell you another thing: there is no creation of substance in any one of
mortal existences, nor any end in execrable death, but only mixing and exchange
of what has been mixed; and the name 'substance' (Phusis ...
Men who shun death pursue it. 204. Fools cannot satisfy anyone in the whole of
life. 205. Fools long for life because they fear death. 206. Fools want to live to be
old because they fear death. 207. One should choose not every pleasure, but ...
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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