Zeno of Elea, born c. 488 BCE was a disciple of Parmenides. He is mostly known for his paradoxes of motion, e.g., Achilles and the Tortoise.
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Interactive Real Analysis: Zeno of Elea
Reviews the legacy and what is known of the life of this Presocratic thinker. Summarizes Zeno's four most famous paradoxes.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Zeno's Paradoxes
Discusses the paradoxes of Zeno of Elea, for example, Achilles and the Tortoise. By Nick Huggett.
Zeno of Elea
Article from the Catholic Encyclopedia.
Zeno's Paradox of the Race Course
Thoughtful lecture notes for discussing this paradox, presented by S. Marc Cohen.
Zeno's Paradox of the Tortoise
An article in the Platonic Realms.
Review to Zeno's paradoxes.
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