The dying man lay as lifeless and immovable as before.
For they held that ideas, though eternal and immovable, have neither life nor action nor movement.
It is one; it is eternal; it is whole and continu- =ous, both in time and in space; it is immovable and immutable; it is limited, but limited only by itself; it is evenly extended in every direction, and therefore spherical.
The entire world is not unchangeable, is not immovable.
This was interpreted as a sign of the immovable boundaries and eternal youth of the Roman state.