Non-being of Being

In Greek, meta (μετά) means "after" or "beyond." When Aristotle wrote his book, Metaphysics, his primary intention was to provide another work "after" his previous work, The Physics, which was a compilation of writings after the previous work (τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά). The implication, however, is more than chronological order. After hundreds of years of … Continue reading Non-being of Being