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|It seems plausible, then, that the latter avoid the soul-death of becoming water.3 |
They leave the body and, we may guess, are ... (Immortal mortals, mortal
immortals /or mortal immortals, immortal mortals ; or immortals are mortal, mortals
are ... 7, living their death and dying their life.) It is interesting that one of the bone
tablets from Olbia, of the fifth century B.C. (see p. ... The point of this cryptic saying
is perhaps that those souls which survive death are surrounded by dry matter (in
|"Immortal mortals, mortal immortals [or mortal immortals, immortal mortals; or |
immortals are mortal, mortals are immortal; or immortals are mortals, ... As he at
one point in that publication puts it, and truly, "[W]e have been haunted by those
faces dark with mystery, cast up by that other power that has ever more and more
wrestled with ours, each living the other's death, dying the other's life" (On the
|Ttie \\\ogk of Lqgocentrism <# 57 deities are immortal, while humans are mortal. |
To say that "immortals are living the death (or 'living during the death') of the
mortals, (and that) mortals are dead in the life (or during the life) of the immortals"
is to make the point that, on the one hand, there ... their favorites die), and, on the
other hand, that mortals can experience a kind of immortality through the
immortals (e.g., in being remembered by the gods, or immortalized in divinely
|... able to ask questions about God and reality One of my favorite ancient Greek |
philosophers is the enigmatic Heraclitus, ... he spoke on life and death: “Immortal
mortals, mortal immortals, one living the others' death and dying the others' life”7
|9 He had decided to live forever or die in the attempt. JOSEPH HELLER (b. 1923)|
, U.S. author. Cateh-22, ch. 3 (1961), of Yossarian. 10 Immortal mortals, mortal
immortals, one living the others' death and dying the others' life. HERACLITUS (c.
|But one does not go especially far off base with a paradoxical concept of |
immortal mortals and mortal immortals. The gods live the death of ... In Fr. 62,
however, it says: to live the death of the other, to die the life of the other. If we
wish to make ...
|1 There is no reason to doubt its genuineness, of which its very unsuitability to |
bear the reference Hippolytus gives it (to the ... to contain a promise of immortality
: 'Immortal mortals, mortal immortals, living the death of others and dying their life.
|Immortal mortals, mortal immortals, one living the others' death and dying the |
others' life. —Heraclitus, fragment I am not eternal, buta man; a part of the whole,
as an hour is part of a day. I must comeonasthe hourandlike an hour pass away.
|saying: “Immortal mortals, mortal immortals, living the death of others and dying |
their life”.22B62 On earth we ... and they live our own death”.22B77 Microcosm
and macrocosm are inseparable constituents of one living Whole ruled by a
|Learning the Temporal Evolution of User Profiles (Immortal mortals, mortal |
immortals, one living the others death and dying the others life) HERACLITUS, c.
535-475 BC We define several event types in the life of a synopsis profile, such
was (i) ...