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Neuroscience and Religion: Brain, Mind, Self, and Soul by Michael Bess

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Heraclitus taught if that happens periodically universal fire that burns everything in the world? Because these views are held by the Stoics, and they are much borrowed from Heraclitus, and the idea of ??the universal periodic fire is also attributed to Heraclitus; however, it seems to us, absolutely nothing, and here's why. First, Heraclitus, as we have seen, insisted that the struggle of opposites - a necessary condition for the existence of the One. If everything periodically covers fire, then it logically should eventually die out. Secondly, do not Heraclitus owned by saying that "the sun never go astray, and if this happens, the Furies, the servant of justice, it immediately went out and brought" 28, and "the world has always been, is and always will be eternally live fire, ignite measures and measures fading "? Thirdly, Plato, Heraclitus, Empedocles opposed on the grounds that Heraclitus One - it's always a great deal, and in Empedocles One - there are many things and one poocheredno29. When Professor Zeller says: "This is a contradiction that neither Heraclitus, nor, probably, Plato did not notice" that makes a fatal mistake. Of course, if there were evidence that Heraclitus really taught that the world is periodically burned, then we really would assume that no Heraclitus or Plato did not notice there was a contradiction, but as evidence that no, we can not say Plato in this respect made a mistake. Moreover, the idea that Heraclitus believed in a universal combustion idea, expressed for the first time it was the Stoics, and even they did not have a consensus on this issue themselves. Is not one of the characters says Plutarch, "I saw the Stoics were able to find the world's idea of ??combustion even in the poems of Hesiod, then what to speak of the works of Heraclitus and the verses of Orpheus"?

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