5109 | The fast runner must always reach the point from which the slower runner started [Zeno of Elea, by Aristotle] |
1507 | We don't have time for infinite quantity, but we do for infinite divisibility, because time is also divisible [Aristotle on Zeno of Elea] |
21585 | The tortoise won't win, because infinite instants don't compose an infinitely long time [Russell] |
7557 | To solve Zeno's paradox, reject the axiom that the whole has more terms than the parts [Russell] |
14149 | The Achilles Paradox concerns the one-one correlation of infinite classes [Russell] |
21690 | Whenever the pursuer reaches the spot where the pursuer has been, the pursued has moved on [Quine] |
8075 | Space and time are atomic in the arrow, and divisible in the tortoise [Devlin] |
4229 | An infinite series of tasks can't be completed because it has no last member [Lowe] |
20457 | Zeno assumes collecting an infinity of things makes an infinite thing [Rovelli] |