„The world's nature is a harmonious compound of infinite and finite elements“

— Filolau de Crotona, Context: Fragment 1. (Stob.21.7; Diog.#.8.85) The world's nature is a harmonious compound of infinite and finite elements; similar is the totality of the world in itself, and of all it contains. b. All beings are necessarily finite or infinite, or simultaneously finite and infinite; but they could not all be infinite only.

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-470 - -390 a.C.
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