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" Wrongly do the Greeks suppose that aught begins or ceases to be ; for nothing comes into being or is destroyed ; but all is an aggregation or secretion of preexistent things ; so that 'all becoming' might more correctly be called ' becoming mixed,' and... "
History of the Intellectual Development of Europe - Página 92
por John William Draper - 1900
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The History of Ancient Philosophy, Volumen1

Heinrich Ritter - 1838
...distinctly enough the fundamental principle of the one-sided mechanical theory of nature, when he said,4 " Wrongly do the Greeks suppose that aught begins or...aggregation or secretion of pre-existent things : so that all-becoming might more correctly be called becoming-mixed, and all corruption becoming-separate."...
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A Biographical History of Philosophy, Volumen1

George Henry Lewes - 1845
...them noticed in ' Zeller, Philos. der Griechen,' p. 1G9173. \ Compare Anaxagoras, as quoted, p. 120: "Wrongly do the Greeks suppose that aught begins or ceases to be." t Compare Anaxagoras : " So that all-becoming might more properly be called becoming mixed, and all-corruption...
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Letters on the Laws of Man's Nature and Development

Henry George Atkinson, Harriet Martineau - 1851 - 390 páginas
...experience, and can therefore form no conception." — Cosmos : Humboldt, on Celestial Phenomena. " Wrongly do the Greeks suppose that aught begins or...correctly be called 'becoming-mixed,' and all corruption 'becoming separate.'" — AnaxagorM. " Fools ! who think aught can begin to be, which formerly was...
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Letters on the Laws of Man's Nature and Development: By Henry George ...

Henry George Atkinson, Harriet Martineau - 1851 - 396 páginas
...experience, and can therefore form no conception." — Cosmos : Humboldt, on Celestial Phenomena. " Wrongly do the Greeks suppose that aught begins or...that 'all becoming' might more correctly be called ' becoming mixed,' and all corruption ' becoming separate.' " — Anaxagotas. " Fools ! who think aught...
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Letters on the Laws of Man's Nature and Development

Henry George Atkinson, Harriet Martineau - 1851 - 390 páginas
...Cosmos : Humtioldt, on Celestial Phenomena. " Wrongly do the Greeks suppose that aught begins or censes to be ; for nothing comes into being or is destroyed...correctly be called 'becoming-mixed,' and all corruption 'becoming separate.'" — Anaxagoras. " Fools ! who think aught can begin to be, which formerly was...
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Letters on the Laws of Man's Nature and Development

Henry George Atkinson, Harriet Martineau - 1851 - 396 páginas
...experience, and can therefore form no conception." — Cosmos : Humboldt, on Celestial Phenomena. " Wrongly do the Greeks suppose that aught begins or...destroyed ; but all is an aggregation or secretion of pree xistent things ; so that 'all becoming' might more correctly be called ' becoming mixed,' and...
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The Biographical History of Philosophy: From Its Origin in Greece ..., Volumen1

George Henry Lewes - 1857 - 675 páginas
...system, let us endeavor to do the same for his cosmology. The principle of his system is thus announced : "Wrongly do the Greeks suppose that aught begins or...correctly be called becoming-mixed, and all corruption becoming separate." What is the thought here ? It is that instead of there being a Creation, there...
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The Biographical History of Philosophy: From Its Origin in Greece ..., Volumen1

George Henry Lewes - 1863
...cosmology. The principle of his system is thus announced : " Wrongly do the Greeks suppose that angh't begins or ceases to be ; for nothing comes into being...correctly be called becoming-mixed, and all corruption becoming separate." What is the thought here ? It is that instead of there being a Creation, there...
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Ancient philosophy

George Henry Lewes - 1871
...four. Now, that this is an advance on both the preceding con* Compare Anaxagorns, as quoted p. 78 :' Wrongly do the Greeks suppose that aught begins or ceases to be.' ceptions will scarcely be denied ; it bears indubitable evidence of being a later conception, and a...
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God in Human Thought: Or, Natural Theology Traced in Literature ..., Volumen1

Ezra Hall Gillett - 1874 - 416 páginas
...the wild speculations of some of his predecessors as to the genesis of things. " Wrongly," said he, " do the Greeks suppose that aught begins or ceases...aggregation or secretion of pre-existent things." It is impossible that anything should come from non-being, or that there should be more than the aU....
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