Heraclitus Parmnides

For example, the art of the construction is a power that this absentee in the constructed thing In this way, (it understands that), it harnesses in general means the principle of the change and the movement in one another thing, or the same thing while another one; ‘ ‘ Aristotle with the conception of act and power gave handle to the problem generated for the antithesis between the being is, and not-to be he is. Despite the philosophies Heraclitus and Parmnides to be different, both conceive devir in the same way, therefore they judge that the flow of the beings, or the movement, if carries through as ticket of an act to another act. The current form, stops Aristotle is the essence of a being, therefore, to assume that devir either change of act in act, is the same that to affirm that the dumb essence, becoming another thing, or that the being if becomes what it is not, then, the movement, or devir, is the change of a being in its not-being, or the ticket of the being when not-being and not-being to be. According to Aristotle, if an act if transformed into another act, or a form if it transformed into another form, it would have a contradiction, what it would be the same that to affirm that It is and NOT It, what it is a nonsense. The ticket, therefore, of form some is made of act the act or form the form, but of power the act, being the power what it belongs to the form for its relation with the substance, is comparable with it and it does not destroy it, it materialize but it. For the Areopagita, devir is rational, for the fact of its nucleus, that is the power and not it form, as in maken a mistake way they had believed and they defended the philosophers daily pay-socrticos Heraclitus Parmnides. Devir, therefore, is caused by the substance as potentiality or possibility of forms that if develop and if they reveal in the time.

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