FRAGMENTS (Circa 500 B.C.)  Heraclitus | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy If happiness consisted in the pleasures of the body, we should call oxen happy whenever they come across bitter vetch to eat. The sun is new everyday. The one is made up of all things, and all things of the one. How can one hide … Read moreHERACLITUS

The Paradox of Tangibility.

“Not everything that is quantifiable counts and not everything that counts is quantifiable.”   -E.R. Hughes Think about that for some time!

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