Here you will find a digitized image of Hejdánek's original filing cabinet. Its total volume is many thousand tickets. We publish them in parts as we handle them. At the moment we have worked out what prof. Hejdánek himself developed electronically. However, much work remains on paper cards. In addition to Hejdánek's extracts from reading, the filing cabinet also includes his own thought work from recent years, which cannot be found elsewhere.
This is why Plato, in the Timaeus, identifies ´matter´ and ´room´, because ´room´ and ´the receptive-of determination´ are one and the same thing. His account of the ´receptive´ differs in the Timaeus and in what are known as his Unwritten Teachings, but he is consistent in asserting the identity of ´place´ and ´room´. Thus, whereas everyone asserts the reality of ´place´, only Plato has so much as attempted to tell us what it is.b
(Physics IV, 2, 209b 14)
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b Aristotle too identifies ´place´ and ´room´ (cf. Introduction to this Book, p. 272), but Aristotle assimilates them /289/ both to the surface-continent, and Plato to the intramural dimensionally. See Plato, Tim. 52 A and Archer Hind, ad loc.
(xxxx, Physics, Cambridge, Mass. + London 1980, p. 289.)
date of origin: duben 2001