Heraclitus: Opening Salvo

“To God all things are fair and good and right, but men hold some things wrong and some right.” – Heraclitus, Fragment 102.

“This is, of course, the inevitable conclusion of a pantheistic philosophy—that everything is justified sub specie aeternitatis. – Copleston, History V.1, p. 43.


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