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It is the only way man can view things because he has never not been. Parmenides also showed his monastic thinking in regards to virtues such as truth because he viewed them as not something to be gained but something that simply "is" and is revealed to man. Finally Parmenides showed how the quest for anything good in ones life whether sex or knowledge is never the less the same, which exemplifies monism in its purest form much like the Taoist thinking about oneness in the Tao, Wu-chi...
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I have begun to notice a trend that is rising in our pre-Socratic philosophers, this can be observed in that their outlook on the world was one that was searching for something that was fundamental to all that was and is. For Heraclitus it was the flux and for Parmenides it is simply being. These modes of thought denote that there is some equality in all things, some characteristic that is similar for all...
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