“What is that which is always real and has no becoming,
and what is that which is always becoming and is never real?
That which is apprehensible by thought with a rational account
is the thing that is always unchangeably real;
whereas that which is the object of belief
together with unreasoning sensation is the thing
that becomes and passes away, but never has real being.”
Plato: The Timaeus of Plato, (1937), Plato´s Cosmology

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