Ideas from 'The Fragments of Heraclitus' by Heraclitus [500 BCE], by Theme Structure

[found in 'Heraclitus - Fragments' by Heraclitus (ed/tr Robinson,T.M.) [University of Toronto 1996,0-8020-6913-4]].

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8. Modes of Existence / C. Powers and Dispositions / 4. Powers as Essence
The hidden harmony is stronger than the visible
9. Objects / B. Unity of Objects / 3. Unity Problems / e. Vague objects
A mixed drink separates if it is not stirred
22. Metaethics / A. Ethical Ends / 2. Goodness / a. Goodness
Good and evil are the same thing
26. Natural Theory / B. Concepts of Nature / 6. Natural Kinds / d. Source of kinds
Logos is the source of everything, and my theories separate and explain each nature
27. Natural Reality / A. Physics / 1. Matter / e. Greek elements
The sayings of Heraclitus are still correct, if we replace 'fire' with 'energy'
27. Natural Reality / A. Physics / 2. Movement
All things are in a state of motion
29. Religion / B. Polytheistic Religion / 2. Paganism
Purifying yourself with blood is as crazy as using mud to wash off mud