Condition: New, Made in Greece. Material: Casting Stone with Bronze color effect Height: 22 cm - 8,7 inches Width: 9 cm - 3,5 inches Length: 8 cm - 3,1 inches Weight: 1600 g
Democritus, (not in 460 before our death - died in 370), philosophy of the Greeks, central figure of the development of the atomic philosophy and the atomic theory of the universe. The physical and cosmological doctrines of Democritus constitute an elaborate and systematized version of the cell of his teacher, Leucippe. Throw the interpretation of the comet of dual physical phenomena, Democratize affirming that space, or Vide, creates a right equal to reality, or other, to be considered. Included videos, unlimited elements and demonstrations from the beginning of the composition l'Être (c'est-à-dire le monde physique). These atoms are eternal and indistinguishable; Absolutely petite, if petite that their tail can not be measured (of the atomic name, or «αδιαίρετο»); absolutely and incompressible, car ils without pores and remissively entrained in space, homogeneous, not differentiated by shape, disposition, position and greatness. However, as the atoms differ in quantity, the differences in quality are not apparent, due to the impressions on the senses by different shapes and combinations of dates. I have chosen to be hot or cold, double or short, long or short only by Convention. Seules selects non-existent in reality than atoms and Vide. Also, water and iron atoms are the same, but such water, being loose and round and incapable of scraping each other, rolling and turning like small globes, as if fer, being rugged, irregular and inert. , accruing ensemble and forming a solid body. Although all phenomena are composed of the same external atoms, although they do not know or do not have the absolute sense of motions, the syntheses of the atoms have the same sensitivity of augmentation and dimming, expressing the appearance of OE chose et separation, "sense" and "death".