Inadvertent Buddhist Teachings X

“Parmenides argued [that] absolute being is dissociated from every limitation under which human beings think. [He] held that the phenomena of nature are only apparent and due to human error; they seem to exist, but have no real existence. He also held that reality, true being, is not known to the senses but is to be found only in reason.”

~ Yolanda Celbridge, Slave of the Spartans, Chapter 23: “New Term”
London: Nexus, 2006

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