Frases de Zenón de Elea

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Zenón de Elea

Fecha de nacimiento: 490 a.C.
Fecha de muerte: 425 a.C.

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Zenón de Elea fue un filósofo griego nacido en Elea, perteneciente a la escuela eleática . Fue discípulo directo de Parménides de Elea. No estableció ni conformó ninguna doctrina positiva de su propia mano. Famoso por sus intrincadas paradojas que discuten la pluralidad de entes y en algunos casos el movimiento —entre otras cosas—.

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Frases Zenón de Elea

„The truth is, that these writings of mine were meant to protect the arguments of Parmenides against those who make fun of him and seek to show the many ridiculous and contradictory results which they suppose to follow from the affirmation of the one.“

— Zeno of Elea
Context: The truth is, that these writings of mine were meant to protect the arguments of Parmenides against those who make fun of him and seek to show the many ridiculous and contradictory results which they suppose to follow from the affirmation of the one. My answer is addressed to the partisans of the many, whose attack I return with interest by retorting upon them that their hypothesis of the being of many, if carried out, appears to be still more ridiculous than the hypothesis of the being of one. Zeal for my master led me to write the book in the days of my youth, but some one stole the copy; and therefore I had no choice whether it should be published or not; the motive, however, of writing, was not the ambition of an elder man, but the pugnacity of a young one. As quoted in Parmenides by Plato, a portrayal of a discussion which begins between Socrates and Zeno, and then primarily Parmenides; as translated by Benjamin Jowett, Parmenides (1871) My writing is an answer to the partisans of the many and it returns their attack with interest, with a view to showing that the hypothesis of the many, if examined sufficiently in detail, leads to even more ridiculous results than the hypothesis of the One. As translated in A History of Philosophy, Vol. I : Greece and Rome (1953) by Frederick Charles Copleston.

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