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What Happens When We Die?

When I was 17 years old, the thought of what happens at the moment of death awakened in me an interest in religion. As an…

Aristotle, Physics. Book IV, Chapter 10

Since, therefore, we have sufficiently discussed the nature of place, and it is necessary that a vacuum, if it has a subsistence, should be place…

Aristotle, Physics. Book IV, Chapter 09

In order however to understand which of the assertions are true it is necessary to consider what the name signifies. A vacuum therefore appears to…

Aristotle, Physics. Book IV, Chapter 08

After the same manner we must conceive, that it is the business of a natural philosopher to speculate concerning a vacuum, weather it is or…

Aristotle, Physics. Book IV, Chapter 07

And on this account the middle of the heavens, and the extremity of the circular motion which is toward us, appear to be especially common…

Aristotle, Physics. Book IV, Chapter 06

What, however, place is, will become evident as follows: but let us admit concerning it such things as appear to be truly present with it…

Aristotle, Physics. Book IV, Chapter 05

In the next place let us consider in how many ways one thing is in another. In one way, then, as a finger in the…

Aristotle, Physics. Book IV, Chapter 04

But since one thing is predicated essentially, and another according to something else; with respect to place also one is common in which all bodies…

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