Heraclitus



[her-uh-klahy-tuh s] /ˌhɛr əˈklaɪ təs/

noun
1.
(“the Obscure”) c540–c470 b.c, Greek philosopher.
/ˌhɛrəˈklaɪtəs/
noun
1.
?535–?475 bc, Greek philosopher, who held that fire is the primordial substance of the universe and that all things are in perpetual flux

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