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" reason" is actuality) and by Empedocles in his doctrine of love and strife, and by those who say that there is always movement, eg Leucippus. Therefore chaos or night did not exist for an infinite time, but the same things have always existed (either... "
The Works of Aristotle - Página 240
por Aristotle - 1908
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The Works of Aristotle, Volumen8

Aristotle, William David Ross, John Alexander Smith - 1908
...to actuality, then, is in a sense right, and in a sense not ; and we have specified these senses.7 5 That actuality is prior is testified by Anaxagoras...then, there is a constant cycle, something must always remain,9 acting in the same way. 10 And if there is to be generation and destruction, there must be...
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Greek Philosophy

Reginald E. Allen - 1991 - 446 páginas
...hold that motion is eternal, eg Leucippus. Therefore Chaos or Night did not endure for an unlimited time, but the same things have always existed, either passing through a cycle or in accordance with some other principle — that is, if actuality is prior to potentiality. Now...
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Primary Readings in Philosophy for Understanding Theology

Diogenes Allen, Eric O. Springsted - 1992 - 308 páginas
...specified these senses. That actuality is prior is testified by Anaxagoras (for his thought is actuality) and by Empedocles in his doctrine of love and strife,...Leucippus. Therefore chaos or night did not exist for any infinite time, but the same things have always existed (either passing through a cycle of changes...
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Aristotle: Selections

Aristotle, Terence Irwin, Gail Fine - 1995 - 650 páginas
...love and strife prior), and by those who say that there is always motion, as Leucippus does. And so chaos or night did not exist for an infinite time, but the same things have always existed (either in a cycle" or in some other way), if actuality is prior to potentiality. 10 If, then, the same things...
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Aristotle's Theory of Actuality

Z. Bechler - 1995 - 270 páginas
...he draws the needed conclusions, starting with Therefore Chaos or Night did not endure for inf1nite time, but the same things have always existed, either passing through a cycle or in accordance with some other principle —that is, if actuality is prior to potentiality. (1072a8-10)...
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Aristotle's Metaphysics Lambda: Symposium Aristotelicum

Michael Frede, David Owain Maurice Charles - 2000 - 366 páginas
...origin of the world there would have been some potentiality. " Ibid. t54-5. When Aristotle says that the same things have always existed. either passing through a cycle of changes (neptodwl or in some other way (aX/.w;l. he refers on the one hand clearly to Empedocles' doctrine...
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