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Heraclitus

Syllabification: Her·a·cli·tus
Pronunciation: /ˌherəˈklītəs
 
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Definition of Heraclitus in English:

( Circa 500 bc), Greek philosopher. He believed that fire is the origin of all things and that permanence is an illusion, everything being in a process of constant change.

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