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 +[[There is nothing new under the sun]] -- Ecclesiastes 1:9.
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 +[[Image:Eugène Delacroix - La liberté guidant le peuple.jpg|thumb|200px|This page '''{{PAGENAME}}''' is part of the [[politics]] series.<br><small>Illustration:''[[Liberty Leading the People]]'' (1831, detail) by [[Eugène Delacroix]].</small>]]
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-[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/{{PAGENAMEE}}] [May 2007]+Fundamentally, '''change''' denotes the [[transition]] that occurs when something goes from being the [[same]] to being [[different]]. For example, water in the [[liquid]] state is not the ''same'' as water in the [[frozen]] state. At some point, it experienced a transition and became ''[[different]]''. Thus, it ''changed''.
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 +== See also ==
 +*[[Eternal return]]
 +*[[Omnia mutantur, nihil interit]]
 +*[[Revolution]]
 +*[[Digression]]
 +*[[Metamorphosis]]
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There is nothing new under the sun -- Ecclesiastes 1:9.

This page Change is part of the politics series.Illustration:Liberty Leading the People (1831, detail) by Eugène Delacroix.
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Fundamentally, change denotes the transition that occurs when something goes from being the same to being different. For example, water in the liquid state is not the same as water in the frozen state. At some point, it experienced a transition and became different. Thus, it changed.

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