Parmenides of Elea, fl. 6th century BC. The best-known of the Eleatic school of early Greek thinkers, and a foundational influence in classical Western thought. He compiled his philosophy in a narrative poem which survives only as fragments.
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Myth - Parmenides
overview of Parmenides' philosophy. By Stefan Stenudd.
Negation in Ancient Greek Philosophy: Parmenides
Analysis of negation and nonbeing in Parmenides by Prof Domenico Pacitti. Contains Greek text and critical revaluation of recent scholarship.
Article from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy which discusses the various divisions of Parmenides' poem On Nature.
Two lectures by S. Marc Cohen on this thinker, part of a series of lectures on early Greek philosophy. Considers his response to the great issues of Presocratic philosophy.
Parmenides' Way of Truth
A bibliography and a selection of critical judgements on Parmenides' Poem.
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