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Unformatted text preview: how the difference is changing. This means something could be here for a period of time, but then for no reason die or disappear. An example of this would be human life. This example works here because one is changing everyday and eventually will cease to exist. Plato later adds another substance which is space. Space is the receptacle that receives the stamp of becoming. One of the qualities of space is the thing that becomes. Plato uses an example of dreaming: he says, “everything that exists must be somewhere and occupy some space, and that what is nowhere in heaven or earth is nothing at all” (Page 71-72). Plato says it pretty straightforward here in that things that exist take up space and things that do not exist do not take up space....
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course CRIMINAL J 1101 taught by Professor Marchman during the Spring '08 term at Gordon GA.
- Spring '08