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“If the name BRANDON SANDERSON still doesn't ring a bell, he is the guy who will write the last three books of "The Wheel of Time" saga after the passing-away of ROBERT JORDAN.”
“Nothing expresses coming-to-be and passing-away like an ocean wave, so it shouldn't be surprising that Japanese artists have thought long and hard about them.”
“He knew only that what had happened was something more than a mere passing-away; the people who remained were not the same, not even in the beautiful light of the sun…”
“Avempace's reflections on absolute coming-to-be and passing-away start with a linguistic analysis of the term kawn”
“While Zeno and Melissus reinforced Parmenides 'distinction between what-is and what appears, other post-Parmenidean thinkers accepted Parmenides' arguments against coming-to-be and passing-away (as characterizing what-is), and about the nature of what is ultimately real, and argued that they did not rule out the possibility of metaphysically-based (or rational) cosmology.”
“Over the course of time, the cycles of the seasons, the rotations of the heavens, and other sorts of cyclical change (including coming-to-be and passing-away) are regulated and thus form a system.”
“He says that it is neither water nor any other of the so-called elements, but some other indefinite (apeiron) nature, from which come to be all the heavens and the worlds in them; and the things from which is the coming-to-be for the things that exist are also those into which is their passing-away, in accordance with what must be.”
“A younger contemporary of Anaxagoras, Empedocles, who lived in Sicily, also recognized the force of Parmenides 'arguments against coming-to-be and passing-away.”
“Any thing that genuinely is cannot be subject to coming-to-be or passing-away, must be of a single nature, and must be complete, in the sense of being unchangeably and unalterably what it is.”
“Aristotle, On coming-to-be and passing-away (De generatione and corruptione), revised Greek text with introduction and commentary by H.rold H. Joachim, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1926.”
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