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" Men do not know how what is at variance agrees with itself. It is an attunement of opposite tensions, like that of the bow and the lyre. "
History of Greek Philosophy, Thales to Democritus - Page 91
by B.A.G. Fuller - 1923
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Charles S. Peirce's Philosophy of Signs: Essays in Comparative Semiotics

Gerard Deledalle - Philosophy - 2001 - 216 pages
...enjoyments. (Dewey 1929:232-233) -7Semeiotic and Greek Logic PEIRCE AND PHILODEMUS Men do not know how what is at variance agrees with itself. It is...opposite tensions, like that of the bow and the lyre. — Herakleitos of Ephesos (frag. 45) Now logic, being for Peirce "only another name for semiotic [or|UeIoTIKT|],...
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Science and Myth

Gianfranco Spavieri - Science - 2000 - 316 pages
...hearken, not to me, but to my word, and to confess that all things are one," and, "Men do not know how what is at variance agrees with itself. It is...of opposite tensions, like that of the bow and the lyre."2 Heraclitus had the notion of unity in diversity, of the One existing in the tension of opposites....
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God Under Fire: Modern Scholarship Reinvents God

Religion - 2009 - 325 pages
...Cor. 6:18; Rev. 1:5-8). Chapter 3 CaN goo Be gaaspeo By OUR ReasoN? Eric L. Johnson Humans do not know how what is at variance agrees with itself. It is...opposite tensions, like that of the bow and the lyre. ZCNO of eLea* It is good to grasp the one and not let go of the other; The man who fears God will avoid...
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History of Philosophy Volume 1: Greece and Rome

Frederick Copleston - Philosophy - 2003 - 544 pages
...declares is "better than the open."3 "Men," says Heraclitus in an already-quoted fragment, "do not know how what is at variance agrees with itself. It is...of opposite tensions, like that of the bow and the lyre."4 The One, in short, is its differences, and the differences are themselves one, they are different...
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What If?: Thought Experimentation In Philosophy

Nicholas Rescher - Philosophy - 179 pages
...interdependence of opposites establishes the co-equal importance of the conceptions at issue: Men do not know how what is at variance agrees with itself. It is...of opposite tensions, like that of the bow and the lyre.7 As these considerations show, Heraclitus was a devoted practitioner of thought experimentation,...
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Path of Thorns

Manolis - 2006 - 113 pages
...1982. There is a unity in the world, but it is a unity resulting from diversity. Man does not know how what is at variance agrees with itself. . . It...is an attunement of opposite tensions, like that of a bow and the lyre. — Heraclitus OTHER WORKS BY THE SAME AUTHOR The Orphans-an Anthology, poetry,...
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The Collected Poems of Philip Whalen

Philip Whalen, Michael Rothenberg - Poetry - 2007 - 871 pages
...7/S.-u.-59 ADDENDA HERAKLEITOS OF EPHESOS, Frs. 45 & 66 (John Burnet translation): "(45) Men do not know how what is at variance agrees with itself. It is...opposite tensions, like that of the bow and the lyre. (66) The bow (Bio?) is called life (Bios), but its work is death." "Love is a law, a discord of such...
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