Heraclitus Analysis

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According to Heraclitus the idea of flux is that change is constant in all things, however, opposite things are identical, so everything is and is not the same. What he means when he says- you can 't step in the same river twice- is that the river might be the same but it is always changing because it is flowing and as it flows it changes the river, yet it is still the same river it has changed from the first time you have stepped into it.. So in the eyes of Heraclitus, the idea of flux came first logically, because it has to do with how the law of flux created the laws for humans. The law of flux has an underlying meaning to how we interpret the laws of humans. Heraclitus believes it “common sense” to try and understand this logic because these ideas are apart of everyday life and explains how everyday changes and is a new day, it is never the same as the day before. Human laws are related to logos, because they both have to do with the constant change of the universe and that there is an underlying meaning and reasoning to the constant change.

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In order to prove where evil comes from Socrates wanted to make himself more knowledgeable. Good and evil are balanced, without good you wouldn’t be able to recognize evil. What Socrates was doing was not human evil that came from human ignorance, what he was attempting to do was to understand the meaning of the unexamined life. There was a big problem of evil and that was it was apart of the unexamined life and that no one really understands where it comes from. The big question to ask yourself people of the jury is, “If God is all good and powerful, then where does evil come from. God cannot be the creator of evil if he is all good. If he is all good and powerful and he did create evil, then why does he not get rid of
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