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Title: Yin-Yang

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Subject: Philosophy
Author: Lynn C
Date: May 19, 2015
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 2 / 483
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Parmenides believed that change could never occur. Empedocles believed that things do change, but one thing can not become another. The question is to find out how does the natural philosophers relate to the philosophy of the yin yang? The theories that Heraclitus came up with are that all things are in a position of change...

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Heraclitus is saying that something will never remain exactly how it is, but change over time. His famous quote "One cannot step twice into the same river twice, for the water into which you first step has flowed on" (Sproule, "Philosophy in Action" 2003). That statement connects to the philosophy of the yin yang because the river is in continual state of change...

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