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And there is nothing which has no share of it; but the share of each thing is not
the same as that of any other, but on the contrary there are many forms both of
the Air itself and of Intelligence ; for it is manifold in form : hotter and colder and
(From 'On the Forms'.) 8. It will be obvious that it is impossible to understand how
in reality each thing is. (From ' On the Forms'.) 8a. (Title): 'On Changes of Form.'
8b. (Title): 'On Strengthening Arguments.' 9. Sweet exists by convention, bitter ...
(15) If Helen was persuaded by love, defence is equally easy. What we see has
its own nature, not chosen by us ; and the soul is impressed through sight. (16)
For instance, in war, the sight of enemy forms wearing hostile array is so
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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