Heraclitus

c.540 - c.475 BC

A Quote by Heraclitus

The way up and the way down are one and the same.

Heraclitus (c.540 - c.475 BC)

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A Quote by Heraclitus on difficulty

If you do not expect the unexpected, you will not find it; for it is hard to be sought out, and difficult.

Heraclitus (c.540 - c.475 BC)

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A Quote by Heraclitus

Everything flows and nothing abides; everything gives way and nothing stays fixed.

Heraclitus (c.540 - c.475 BC)

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A Quote by Heraclitus on character and fate

A man's character is his fate.

Heraclitus (c.540 - c.475 BC)

Source: alluded to by Aristotle in De Caelo and elsewhere

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A Quote by Heraclitus on harmony

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Opposition brings concord. Out of discord comes the fairest harmony.

Heraclitus (c.540 - c.475 BC)

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A Quote by Heraclitus on god and good

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To God all things are beautiful, good, and right; human beings, on the other hand, deem some things right and others wrong.

Heraclitus (c.540 - c.475 BC)

Source: fragment 106

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A Quote by Heraclitus on boredom and control

To do the same thing over and over is not only boredom; it is to be controlled by rather than to control what you do.

Heraclitus (c.540 - c.475 BC)

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A Quote by Heraclitus

All is flux, nothing is stationary.

Heraclitus (c.540 - c.475 BC)

Source: alluded to by Aristotle in De Caelo and elsewhere

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A Quote by Heraclitus on change

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Change alone is unchanging.

Heraclitus (c.540 - c.475 BC)

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A Quote by Heraclitus on change and endurance

Nothing endures but change.

Heraclitus (c.540 - c.475 BC)

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