Rilke's Poetics of Becoming (Legenda Main Series) (Legenda

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Eurasia has an east-west axis; the other two have north-south axes. I've made the assumption that some of these pages (the linked but indented pages below) will be reached from here or through the "AAT/H claims and the facts" page, since they contain info about questions raised there. And anything can either be, or become, like another without being copied from it, so that whether Socrates exists or not a man like Socrates might come to be; and evidently this might be so even if Socrates were eternal.

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