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Unformatted text preview: Wiki heraclitus Pg 121 text - in anaximander, we may infer, injustice must inevitably be punished paraphrase by Theophrastus from what things coming to be is for the things that are, destruction, too, takes place into these may describe the behavior of opposites opposing substances pay recompense each to its own opposite and to no other this is a necessary hypothesis for Anaxamander's theory of cosmic stability plural worlds (innumerable worlds) were attributed to Anaxamander by Theophrastus there is one interpretation that Anaxamander did not believe in innumerable worlds there is no evidence of successive worlds no reason to believe that the earth was going to be destroyed atomists believe in infinite worlds according to Aristotle passage 112 from (atomist) gives reason for the concept of infinity Theophrastus treated Anaxamander's words as both co existent and successive could come from the belief that Theophrastus took infinite material (aperion) and linked it to...
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