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Publisher: Cambridge University Press (September 30, 1981)
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Start by marking The Art and Thought of Heraclitus: An. .This little book of FRAGMENTS is interesting as a new translation, but the fragments are few and difficult to connect.
Heraclitus is all rolled into one. His fragments are tantalizing, hinting at a wisdom lost to us, but I am sure that he meant them to be fragmentary, so that all he does for the reader is a quick nod in the direction of a distant window, leaving the reader to make the journey, to peep out, and to make of the sight what he will.
Heraclitus Fragments Kahn - Download as PDF File . df), Text File . xt) or read online. CHARLES H. KAHN Professor of Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania. Cambridge university press.
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Cambridge Core - Ancient Philosophy - The Art and Thought of Heraclitus . Book summary views reflect the number of visits to the book and chapter landing pages.
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I walked on to the next corner, sat on a bench at a bus stop, and read in my new book about Heraclitus. All things flow like a river, he said; nothing abides.
Diogenes also tells us that Heraclitus deposited his book, inscribed on a single papyrus roll, as a dedication in the great temple of Artemis . London: Cambridge University Press.
Diogenes also tells us that Heraclitus deposited his book, inscribed on a single papyrus roll, as a dedication in the great temple of Artemis, the Artemisium, at Ephesus, one of the largest temples of the 6th century BCE and one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Ancient temples were regularly used for storing treasures, and were open to private individuals under exceptional circumstances; furthermore, many subsequent philosophers in this period refer to the work. Diogenes Laërtius, ix. 6.