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Author: David Skrbina

, holds us together and controls us, so do breath and air surround the whole cosmos« (frag. 17). For Xenophanes, »God is one«; he »remains in the same place, moving not at all.« Yet this God somehow controls all: »Without effort he shakes all things by the thought of his mind«. 4 Heraclitus’ God is Logos

In: Panentheism and Panpsychism