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Unformatted text preview: personal identity. Not any human being is entirely the same as they were the day before, and that theory goes for all living things or moving things. The views and ideas of Heraclitus are found very truthful to most people who know his theories. Chaos was something that Heraclitus did not believe in; he believed that there was a universal order. Heraclitus ideas of changing and stable are non-contradictory properties of the universe. An example of Heraclitus ideas applied to the present time could be somebodys lawn. In the spring all the grass is lying dormant and as each day goes by, the grass grows. Also to back up his theory, as each day passes the lawn has insects that inhabit the lawn that make changes to it, and also weeds and dandelions change the lawn constantly which proves that the lawn that somebody had yesterday is not going to be the same yard as it will be tomorrow....
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course PHI/105 105 taught by Professor Aprilharden during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '10