Wednesday, January 18, 2012

The Philosopher

" As a rule, no doubt, if A touches B, B touches A... Yet, if A moves B, it is possible - a we express it - for A 'merely to touch'  B, and that which touches need not touch a something which touches it. Nevertheless it is commonly supposed that 'touching' must be reciprocal."
  -- Aristotle
I'm just trying to figure out if this is really revolutionary and brilliant or if Aristotle was just paid to say stuff. Just thought I'd share my struggles.

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