Zeno of Elea (c. 490-c. 430 BCE)

Zeno of Elea (southern Italy) was a student of Parmenides, who argued that what is real is One, not many. A consequence of this rational position (“being is, non-being is not”) is that motion, or change, is an illusion (the Way ...

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