Everything Is Always In a State Of Flux: Heraclitus

The world and everything in it is always changing, nothing ever stays the same. This idea was first proposed by the Greek philosopher Heraclitus (535-475 BC) who believed that everything is always in a state of “flux”, constantly changing.

Man Is The Measure Of All Things: Protagoras

It’s a summers day in London and the sun is shining. A visitor from India says that the weather is cold. A visitor from Iceland says that the weather is hot. Both people are telling the truth, but they’re saying very different things. How can this be? Surely there is only one correct answer to a question?