Heraclitus of Ephesus (or Ephesos), circa 540 BC - circa 480 BC. Obscure, aphoristic thinker who has had an abiding influence on both classical and modern thought. Best known for his doctrine of unceasing change. His writings are extant only in secondhand form, as quoted by other classical writers.
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Heidegger's Reading of Heraclitus
A paper on Martin Heidegger's interpretation of Pre-Socratic thinker Heraclitus.
An outline provided by S. Mark Cohen. Focuses on the Heraclitean doctrines of the Logos and flux, and the puzzle of identity and persistence.
Heraclitus Lecture Notes
Notes by Cynthia Freeland, covering Heraclitus' style, natural philosophy and doctrine of flux.
Myth - Heraclitus
Essay on Herclitus' thoughts on cosmology and the myths. By Swedish author and historian of ideas Stefan Stenudd.
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