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Continuity, Heraclitean Error

In his lecture “Philosophy and the Conduct of Life,” 1898, Peirce identifies an interesting aspect of Plato’s education. Before studying with Socrates, Plato was apparently a student of Cratylus, who was a Heraclitean. This, according to Peirce, is probably the … Continue reading

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