Herclitus' view of Reality

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Philosophy

 

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Howard M

 

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April 28, 2015

 

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University

 

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This basically means that reality and identity are always changing and that identity contains contradictions because the attributes of a thing change over time. Heraclitus argued that since things changed, they had to contain what they were not. Only such contradictions could account for the change...
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Only such contradictions could account for the change. As Heraclitus says, "Cold things grow warm; warm grows cold; wet grows dry; parched grows moist." He teaches that all things are flux; nothing is permanent, but everything is constantly becoming something else or going out of existence. "All things flow and nothing stands" Heraclitus’ Monistic views led him to believe that the ‘One’ thing that stemmed reality was fire...
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