The Aristotelian

For the necessity logical not to exist outside of the being thing some, that does not belong the reality, is not possible to find half some, so that it has the multiplication of the beings, or same the distinction between the beings, therefore Parmnides the being is equal and only in all its aspects. The third consequence is the truth. Parmnides the being is truth and thought, therefore the thought is the same that the being. The thought, therefore, is identified with the proper one object of the thought. is not possible to think of different form, for what it are of the being nothing exists that can be called Real.

According to Parmnides, if the thought and the truth are real things, breaking itself of the premise of that not-to be it is not, but everything is to be, therefore, truth and thought are the same that the being. Finally the being or the reality in its nature is fully perfect. The being possesss in itself of invariant and indestructible form all the things of the reality, and if it is thus, possesss all the perfeies. The cosmos for Parmnides is material, extensive, and is the only, perpetual and also immovable being. The being is joins all and, in which not it is possible generation, nor movement some neither multiplicity. The data of the directions are mere illusions under the perspective of science, not obstante to be useful in the daily life. The Aristotelian solution for the aporia of Heraclitus and Parmnides For Aristotle, all the things are in power and act.

Some thing in power, it always tends to be another one, as the seed that potentially, is a tree. When some thing is in act, is carried through in its nature, as for example, the tree that is seed in the power state. It writes Aristotle in book V of Metaphysics: ' ' Power means the beginning of the movement or of the existing change in some existing thing in some distinct thing of the changed thing, or in it while another one.