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Unformatted text preview: find the views of Heraclitus to be very beautiful and truthful. Heraclitus did not believe in chaos, so the constant change he referred to was part, so he believed of a universal order. Heraclitus ideas of changing and stable are non-contradictory properties of the universe. As an example of Heraclitus ideas applied to the present time could be a persons lawn; in the spring the grass is lying dormant and with each passing days grows, also as each day passes the lawn has insects that inhabit the lawn that make changes, and also weed change the lawn daily to prove that the lawn that a person once had yesterday is not going to be the same yard as tomorrow....
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