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" Cratylus, who finally did not think it right to say anything but only moved his finger, and criticized Heraclitus for saying that it is impossible to step twice into the same river; for he thought one could not do it even once. "
The Works of Aristotle - Página 23
por Aristotle - 1908
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The Works of Aristotle, Volumen8

Aristotle, William David Ross, John Alexander Smith - 1908
...extreme of the views above men- ^ <vv° tioned, that of the professed Heracliteans, such as was held V by Cratylus, who finally did not think it right to...disputable ; for that which is losing a quality has something3 of that which is being lost, and of that which is coming to be, something must already be....
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The Theaetetus of Plato

Myles Burnyeat, Plato - 1990 - 366 páginas
...period, who 'finally did not think it right to say anything but only moved his finger, and criticised Heraclitus for saying that it is impossible to step...river; for he thought one could not do it even once' (Aristotle, Metaphysics IV 5, lOlOa 12-15). This was Cratylus, whose view that sensible things are...
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Modernity and Its Discontents

James L. Marsh, John D. Caputo, Merold Westphal - 1992 - 219 páginas
...be affirmed. It was this belief that blossomed into the most extreme of the views mentioned above, that of the professed Heracliteans, such as was held...river; for he thought one could not do it even once" (1009b 37-1010al4). Two observations about Cratylus, foremost of the pre-Socratic postmodernists. In...
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The Architectonics of Meaning: Foundations of the New Pluralism

Walter Watson - 1993 - 205 páginas
...extreme of the views above mentioned, that of the professed Heracliteans, such as was held by Crarylus, who finally did not think it right to say anything...same river; for he thought one could not do it even once.2 Even if one does not cease to speak, one can still endeavor to use language in ways that keep...
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柏拉圖的哲學

1995 - 189 páginas
...bl~9; 15~30; XII4, 10786 28-30. DL Ill, 8. Aristotle, Met. IV, 5, 1010 a 12: "it was this belief that blossomed into the most extreme of the views above...river; for he thought one could not do it even once" ft J *»«!{* r ffifltt J < movilism mm Apology, 29c; Alcibiades, I. 113e-116e; Charmides, 169b172b;...
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Being and Logos: Reading the Platonic Dialogues

John Sallis - 1996 - 544 páginas
...which everywhere in every respect is changing, nothing could truly be affirmed. It was this belief that blossomed into the most extreme of the views above...impossible to step twice into the same river; for lie thought one could not do it even once" (Bk. IV, 1010 a 6 — 14). There has been considerable debate...
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Nietzsche's System

John Richardson - 1996 - 328 páginas
...position not be the more extreme version supposedly adopted by Cratylus, who, according to Aristotle, "criticized Heraclitus for saying that it is impossible...step twice into the same river; for he thought one cannot do it even once" (Met. 1010al3). only as finite. Nietzsche does indeed make this claim about...
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Plato's Parmenides

Plato, Reginald E. Allen - 1998 - 351 páginas
...Cratylus, "who finally did not think it right to say anything but only moved his finger, and criticised Heraclitus for saying that it is impossible to step...same river; for he thought one could not do it even once."167 Similarly, since Unity is both like and unlike ( 1 47c- 1 48d), it must come to be like and...
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Limiting the Arbitrary: Linguistic Naturalism and Its Opposites in Plato's ...

John Earl Joseph - 2000 - 224 páginas
...[...], who finally thought one ought not to speak at all, but who simply pointed his finger and censured Heraclitus for saying that it is impossible to step twice into the same river — for he himself believed that one could not do this even once" (Aristotle 1960: 79). Metaphysics A6 informs...
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Quarrel Between Invariance and Flux: A Guide for Philosophers and Other Players

Joseph Margolis, Jacques Catudal - 2010
...which even-where in every respect is changing, nothing could truly be affirmed. It was this belief that blossomed into the most extreme of the views above...we shall say in answer to this argument also, that while there is some justification for their thinking that the changing, when it is changing, does not...
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