Aristotle – Metaphysics

It was this belief that blossomed into the most extreme ofthe views above mentioned, that of the professed Heracliteans, such as was held by Cratylus, who finally did not think it right to say anything but only moved his finger, and criticized Heraclitus for saying that it is impossible to step twice into the same river; for he thought one could not do it even once.

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G. B. Kerferd – The Sophistic Movement

“… the things that nourish and benefit human life were the first to be considered gods and to be honoured; the list of such things included the sun, moon, rivers, lakes, springs, the four elements, bread, wine, water fire and so on with each of the things that are useful.”

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