This particular short essay on Artistic Meaning in the Heraclitean Universe is part of our Continuing Education Series, which hopes to provide readers with thoughtful consideration of various books, stories, essays, and ideas.
In some cases, the manuscripts presented in this Continuing Education series are merely papers or essays written by undergraduate and graduate students assigned certain subjects. In other cases, these pieces are written as non-scholarly musings by people fascinated by certain subjects.
This paper is interesting not only for its content, but also for the fact that the author actually included comments on the paper made by the professor teaching the class, indicating the paper to be “A very well done interpretive essay. The stress on the creative aspect and the analysis given shows insight not only into Heraclitus, but also into artistic experience.
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