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" The quantity of fire in a flame burning steadily appears to remain the same, the flame seems to be what we call a " thing." And yet the substance of it is continually changing. It is always passing away in smoke, and its place is always being taken by... "
Mind - Sayfa 541
editör: - 1892
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Early Greek Philosophy

John Burnet - 1892 - 378 sayfa
...own, just as Diogenes of Apollonia tried to fuse it with that Of Anaximenes (Chap. IX. § 158). once. The quantity of fire in a flame burning steadily appears...we want. If we regard the world as an " ever-living fire " (fr. 20), we can understand how it is always becoming all things, while all things are always...
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Early Greek Philosophy

John Burnet - 1892 - 378 sayfa
...own, just as Diogenes of Apollouia tried to fuse it with that of Anaximcnes (Chap. IX. § 158). once. The quantity of fire in a flame burning steadily appears...its place is always being taken by fresh matter from ihe fuel that feeds it. This is just what we want. If we regard the world as an "ever-living fire"...
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Pioneers of Evolution from Thales to Huxley: With an Intermediate Chapter on ...

Edward Clodd - 1897 - 250 sayfa
...primary substance whose manifestations are so various, he found it in FIRE, since ' the quantity of it in a flame burning steadily appears to remain the...we want. If we regard the world as an " ever-living fire," — " this order, which is the same in all things, and which no one of gods or men has made,"...
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Charles H. Kahn, Heraclitus - 1981 - 354 sayfa
...case for cosmogony and ecpyrosis must collapse. quantity of fire in a flame burning steadily seems to remain the same, the flame seems to be what we...taken by fresh matter from the fuel that feeds it. '153 Thus Burnet returns to Zeller's own starting point but from a different point of view: the essential...
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