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“and he wedded his sister Tethys, daughter of his mother.

Orpheus Fr
See how they agree with each other and all tend towards the doctrine of Heracleitus.

I think there is something in what you say, Socrates; but I do not know what the name of Tethys means.

Why, the name itself almost tells that it is the name of a spring somewhat disguised; for that which is strained (διαττώμενον

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