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" But if the very nature of knowledge changes, at the time when the change occurs there will be no knowledge; and if the transition is always going on, there will always be no knowledge, and, according to this view, there will be no one to know and nothing... "
Cratylus
by Plato
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 1

Plato - Philosophy - 1871
...to know and nothing to be known : but if that which knows and that which is known exists ever, arid the beautiful and the good and every other thing also exist, then I do not think that they can be like a flux or progress, as we were just now supposing. Whether there is this eternal nature in...
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 1

Plato - 1873
...nothing to be known : but if that which knows and that which is known exists ever, and the beantiful and the good and every other thing also exist, then I do not think thai they can be like a flux or progress, as we were just now supposing. Whether there is this eternal...
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The Dialogues of Plato: Tr. Into English, with Analyses and ..., Volume 1

Plato - 1874
...will be no one to know and nothing to be known: but if that which knows and that which is known exists ever, and the beautiful and the good and every other...thing also exist, then I do not think that they can be like a flux or progress, as we were just now supposing. Whether there is this eternal nature in...
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Dialogues of Plato, Volume 1

Plato - 1899 - 208 pages
...one to 3 ' O know and nothing to be known : but if that which knows and that which is known exists ever, and the beautiful and the good and every other...thing also exist, then I do not think that they can be like a flux or progress, as we were just now supposing. Whether there is this eternal nature in...
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What Is Taoism?: And Other Studies in Chinese Cultural History

Herrlee Glessner Creel - Philosophy - 1982 - 192 pages
...never change or be moved. Crat. Certainly they cannot. Soc. Nor can they yet be known by anyone. . . . But if the very nature of knowledge changes, at the...can resemble a process or flux, as we were just now supposing.4 The position of Plato is clear and consistent. Thought operates in terms of concepts, but...
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A Comparative History of World Philosophy: From the Upanishads to Kant

Ben-Ami Scharfstein - Philosophy - 1998 - 685 pages
...known: "If that which knows [the soul] and that which is known [the Idea, the Form] exist forever, and the beautiful and the good and every other thing...then I do not think that they can resemble a process of flux (Cratylus 440b)."56 Of course, an Idea is not the same as that to which it lends itself. To...
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Notes on Greek Philosophy from Thales to Aristotle

Anthony Preus - Philosophy, Ancient - 1996 - 306 pages
...one to know and nothing to be known. But if that which knows and that which is known exist forever, and the beautiful and the good and every other thing...not think that they can resemble a process or flux. This is a rather complex argument, analyzed by MMM pp 137ff.l. There are the beautiful itself etc....
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The Second Mission

L. D. Alford - Fiction - 2003 - 324 pages
...one 1 to know and nothing to be known. If that which knows and that which is known exists forever, and the beautiful and the good and every other thing also exist, then I do not think they can resemble a process or flux, as we were just now supposing. Whether there is this eternal nature...
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Essays on the Foundations of Mathematics and Logic, Volume 1

Giandomenico Sica - Mathematics - 2005 - 351 pages
...according to this view, there will be no one to know and nothing to be known. But if the knowing subject and that which is known exist ever, and the beautiful...eternal nature in things, or whether the truth is what Heracleitos and his followers and many others say, is a question hard to determine; and no man of sense...
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