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Title: The Refutation of All Heresies, Book 1  
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Excerpt: But Heraclitus, a natural philosopher of Ephesus, surrendered himself to universal grief, condemning the ignorance of the entire of life, and of all men; nay, commiserating the (very) existence of mortals, for he asserted that he himself knew everything, whereas the rest of mankind nothing.(6) But he also advanced statements almost in concert with Empedocles, saying that the originating principle of all things is discord and friendship, and that the Deity is a fire endued with intelligence, and that all things are borne one upon another, and never are at a standstill; and just as Empedocles, he affirmed that the entire locality about us is full of evil things, and that these evil things reach as far as the moon, being extended from the quarter situated around the earth, and that they do not advance further, inasmuch as the entire space above the moon is more pure. So also it seemed to Heraclitus.

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Table of Contents: The Refutation of All Heresies, Book 1, 1 -- Hippolytus, 1 -- Chapter I. THALES; HIS PHYSICS AND THEOLOGY; FOUNDER OF GREEK ASTRONOMY.3 -- ChapterII. PYTHAGORAS; HIS COSMOGONY; RULES OF HIS SECT; DISCOVERER OF PHYSIOGNOMY; Chapter III. EMPEDOCLES; HIS TWOFOLD CAUSE; TENET OF TRANSMIGRATION, 5 -- Chapter IV. HERACLITUS; HIS UNIVERSAL DOGMATISM; HIS THEORY OF FLUX; OTHER SYSTEMS. -- Chapter V. ANAXIMANDER; HIS THEORY OF THE INFINITE; HIS ASTRONOMIC OPINIONS; HIS PHYSICS. -- Chapter VI. ANAXIMENES; HIS SYSTEM OF AN INFINITE AIR; HIS VIEWS OF ASTRONOMY AND Chapter VII. ANAXAGORAS; HIS THEORY OF MIND; RECOGNISES AN EFFICIENT CAUSE; HIS COSMOGONY Chapter VIII. ARCHELAUS; SYSTEM AKIN TO THAT OF ANAXAGORAS; HIS ORIGIN OF THE EARTH Chapter IX. PARMENIDES; HIS THEORY OF UNITY; HIS ESCHATOLOGY, 9 -- Chapter X. LEUCIPPUS; HIS ATOMIC THEORY, 9 -- Chapter XI. DEMOCRITUS; HIS DUALITY OF PRINCIPLES; HIS COSMOGONY, 9 -- Chapter XII. XENOPHANES; HIS SCEPTICISM; HIS NOTIONS OF GOD AND NATURE; BEL0IEVES IN Chapter XIII. ECPHANTUS; HIS SCEPTICISM; TENET OF INFINITY, 10 -- Chapter XIV. HIPPO; HIS DUALITY OF PRINCIPLES; HIS PSYCHOLOGY, 10 -- Chapter XV. SOCRATES; HIS PHILOSOPHY REPRODUCED BY PLATO, 11 -- Chapter XVI. PLATO; THREEFOLD CLASSIFICATION OF PRINCIPLES; HIS IDEA OF GOD1; DIFFERENT Chapter XVII. ARISTOTLE; DUALITY OF PRINCIPLES; HIS CATEGORIES; HIS PSYCHOLO3GY; HIS Chapter XVIII. THE STOICS; THEIR SUPERIORITY IN LOGIC; FATALISTS; THEIR DOCTR3INE OF CONFLAGRATIONS. -- Chapter XIX. EPICURUS; ADOPT'S THE DEMOCRITIC ATOMISM; DENIAL OF DIVINE PR4OVIDENCE; Chapter XX. THE ACADEMICS; DIFFERENCE OF OPINION AMONG THEM, 14 -- Chapter XXI. THE BRACHMANS; THEIR MODE OF LIFE; IDEAS OF DEITY; DIFFERENT S5ORTS OF; Chapter XXII. THE DRUIDS; PROGENITORS OF THEIR SYSTEM, 15 -- Chapter XXIII. HESIOD; THE NINE MUSES; THE HESIODIC COSMOGONY; THE ANCIENT5 SPECULATORS,

 
 



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