Zenon von Elea
Studien zu den 'Argumenten gegen die Vielheit' und zum sogenannten 'Argument des Orts'
[Zeno of Elea: Studies on the Arguments against Plurality and the So-called Paradox of Place]
Series:Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 330
Aims and Scope
Nearly all the surviving works of Zeno of Elea are mere paraphrases and discussions of his thoughts on the part of later authors. Nevertheless, analysis of all relevant sources does lead to plausible hypotheses about the proper meaning of the “Paradoxes of plurality” (Frag. B1–3) and the “Paradox of place” (Frag. B5). It lends a new perspective to Zeno’s importance for the intellectual history of the 5th and 4th centuries BC.
- Approx. xii, 396 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Zenon; Greek philology; antiquity
- All those interested in Greek philology and the history of philosophy