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Alcmaeone, 27] iam in hoc omittantur. a hundred forty five  TESTIMONIA [55–61 (Placitorum excerptores) fifty five. Aëtius i, three (On ideas) thirteen (Theodoret medication of the Greek Maladies iv, 7, Dox. 284 app. , 1–8) (284 app. , 1) Parmenides of Elea, the son of Pyrres, was once an affiliate of Xenophanes and in his first account wrote down issues in contract along with his instructor. For they are saying that the subsequent (284 app. , five) verse is his: “entire, particular, unmoved and ungenerated” (fr. eight, 4). yet not like guy (i. e. , Xenophanes), he declared that the reason for all issues is not just earth but additionally fireplace.
Hom. ἀμοιβηδίς), ἀτρεμές (cf. Hom. ἀτρέμας), πίστις (Hes. ), δοκίμως, δίζησις, πειθοῦς (Hes. ), παναπευθέα (cf. Hom. ἀπευθέα), ἀνυστόν (cf. Hom. ἀνηνύστῳ), δίκρανοι, παλίντροπος (cf. Hom. πάλιν τρέπε), βεβαίως, ἔθος, πολύπειρον, πολύδηριν, ἀγένητον, ἀνώλεθρον (cf. Hom. ἀνολέθρους), γένναν (cf. Hom. γενεή), αὐξηθέν (Hes. ηὔξετο, Hom. ἀέξω), κρίσις, ἀνόητον, ἀπέσβεσται (cf. Hom. κατέσβεσε), διαιρετόν, ἀκίνητον, ἄπαυστον, ἐπιδεές (cf. Hom. ἐπιδευές), πεφατισμένον, τόπον, ἀλλάσσειν (cf. Hom. ἐπαλλάξαντες), μεσσόθεν (cf. Hes.
Cf. Hom. ἐπεφράσατ᾿), βαλανωτόν, ἀχανές, ἀμοιβαδόν (cf. Hom. ἀμοιβηδίς), ἀτρεμές (cf. Hom. ἀτρέμας), πίστις (Hes. ), δοκίμως, δίζησις, πειθοῦς (Hes. ), παναπευθέα (cf. Hom. ἀπευθέα), ἀνυστόν (cf. Hom. ἀνηνύστῳ), δίκρανοι, παλίντροπος (cf. Hom. πάλιν τρέπε), βεβαίως, ἔθος, πολύπειρον, πολύδηριν, ἀγένητον, ἀνώλεθρον (cf. Hom. ἀνολέθρους), γένναν (cf. Hom. γενεή), αὐξηθέν (Hes. ηὔξετο, Hom. ἀέξω), κρίσις, ἀνόητον, ἀπέσβεσται (cf. Hom. κατέσβεσε), διαιρετόν, ἀκίνητον, ἄπαυστον, ἐπιδεές (cf.
Definite, Socrates,” stated Zeno, “but you haven't thoroughly perceived the genuine which means of what I wrote …. (128c6) truthfully this treatise is one of those suggestions for Parmenides’ account opposed to those that try and make enjoyable of (128d1) him considering that whether it is one it effects that his account has many ridiculous [consequences] that contradict it. ” five. Parmenides 135c8–d1; 135d3–8; 136d4; 136e1–4; 136e8–137a6; 137a 7–b4 (135c8) “Socrates, that’s since you try to outline anything appealing, simply, strong, and (135d1) every one of the types too soon,” he acknowledged, “before getting right education ….
Ib. 112–114 28 (χρεώ …)-32 Simpl. cael. 557 28 (χρεώ …)-30 Diog. Laert. ix, 22 fifty two FRAGMENT 1, 20–28 γόμφοις καὶ περόνῃσιν ἀρηρότε · τῇ ῥα δι᾿ αὐτέων ἰθὺς ἔχον κοῦραι κατ᾿ ἀμαξιτὸν ἅρμα καὶ ἵππους. καί με θεὰ πρόφρων ὑπεδέξατο, χεῖρα δὲ χειρὶ δεξιτερὴν ἕλεν, ὧδε δ᾿ ἔπος φάτο καί με προσηύδα · ὦ κοῦρ᾿ ἀθανάτῃσι συνήορος ἡνιόχοισιν ἵπποις θ᾿, αἵ σε φέρουσιν, ἱκάνων ἡμέτερον δῶ χαῖρ᾿, ἐπεὶ οὔ τί σε μοῖρα κακὴ προὔπεμπε νέεσθαι τήνδ᾿ ὁδόν, ἦ γὰρ ἀπ᾿ ἀνθρώπων ἐκτὸς πάτου ἐστίν, ἀλλὰ θέμις τε δίκη τε · χρεὼ δέ σε πάντα πυθέσθαι, 20 25 20 γόμφοισιν δ᾿ ἄρα τήν γε καὶ ἀρμονίῃσιν ἄρασσεν ε 248 (ν.