The Idea of the Continuum
20. Everything flows and nothing abides;. Everything gives way and nothing stays fixed.
21. You cannot step twice into the same river, for other waters and yet others go ever flowing on. (91, 12)
22. Cool things become warm, the warm grows cool; the moist dries, the parched becomes moist. (126)
23. It is in changing that things find repose. (8~)
24. Time is a child moving counters in a game; the royal power is a child’s.(52)
25. War is both father and king of all; some he has shown forth as gods and others as men, some he has made slaves and others free. (53)
26. It should be understood that war is the common condition, that strife is justice, and that all things come to pass through the compulsion of strife. (80)
27. Homer was wrong in saying, “Would that strife might perish from amongst gods and men. For if that were to occur, then all things would cease to exist.