Barnes, Jonathan. "The Natural Philosophy of Heraclitus." In his The Presocratic Philosophers, Vol. 1: Thaïes to Zeno, pp. 57-99. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1979.
Concludes that Heraclitus's thought is firmly in the Ionian tradition and that he "offered a philosophy of science which exhibits an admirable articulation, and foreshadows one of the most influential of Aristotle's doctrines, the doctrine of real essence."
Burnet, John. "Herakleitos and Parmenides." In his Greek Philosophy, Part 1: Thaïes to Plato, pp. 57-68. London: Macmillan & Co., 1920.
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