Sunday, February 04, 2018
Volpi Heidegger Aristotle
With composite entities, they can be such in one of two ways: (1) always (ἀεὶ ον, αδύνατα αλλως εχειν), and then the λόγος which connects them will either be always true, if you merge them when they are joined and separate them when they are separate, or always false, if they are merged when they are separate and separate them when they are joined; or (2) sometimes yes and sometimes no (τα ἐνδεχόμενα αλλως), and then the λόγος connecting them can be sometimes true and sometimes false.
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