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The smallest object in nature is the atom, many varieties, and they make up everything in the world around us.
Everything has an imagined "ideal form", and what we see are poor imitations of that ideal form.
Our minds are empty until we sense the world; there are two categories: subjective and objective.
No idea is universally or eternally right, history is a changing river (he made all philosophies work together)
Subjectivity is essential; there are three stages of life: aesthetic, ethical, and religious
According to this Greek philosopher, the human body is composed of three parts: the head, the chest, and the abdomen.
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