Herakleitos

(1988 CN2 )
CURRENT POSITION: 1 LIB 6
Incl: 0.86995
Eccent: 0.1437174
Period: 5.5557004915726 years
AU 3.1367446
Type: 0000

Discovery Chart

11.2.1988 04:05 La Silla 70w44 29s15 observations 1

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Named for the Greek philosopher Herakleitos (540–480 B.C.) of Ephesus. By means of his metaphoric clash (“life and death are the same so opponents that become metaphorical are identified with each other”) he constructed and visualized relations of a higher conceptual order. He was thereby able to give a unique and decisive contribution to the history of thought. He is well known for his sayings such as “no one can step twice into the same river” and his famous “panta rhei” (everything changes). (M 21133)

Herakleitos is also honored by a lunar crater.

Avastatud: 11-2-1988 Avastamiskoht: La Silla Avastajad: Elst, E. W.

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