Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

 
Physis: in ancient Greek, physis is an expression for nature or natural quality, or for objects that are not created by humans.

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Taureck I 29
Heraclitus: (Before the Sophists): "The Physique likes to hide".
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I 30
This corresponds more to the notion of "true nature". In Heraclitus there is also no opposition between Logos and Physique.
For the contrast to the "actual nature" can only be "appearance".
Physique/Sophists: the Sophists have an entirely different meaning: Physique is here the opposite of Nomos: Law of Nature.


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Heraclitus
Tau I
B. H.F. Taureck
Die Sophisten Hamburg 1995


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