Ideas from 'fragments/reports' by Zeno (Elea) [450 BCE], by Theme Structure

[found in 'Early Greek Phil V: Parmenides, Empedocles etc' by Parmenides (ed/tr Laks,A/Most,G) [Harvard Loeb 2016,978-0-674-99706-6]].

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5. Theory of Logic / L. Paradox / 4. Paradoxes in Logic / a. Achilles paradox
The fast runner must always reach the point from which the slower runner started [Aristotle]
We don't have time for infinite quantity, but we do for infinite divisibility, because time is also divisible [Aristotle]
5. Theory of Logic / L. Paradox / 6. Paradoxes in Language / b. The Heap paradox ('Sorites')
Zeno is wrong that one grain of millet makes a sound; why should one grain achieve what the whole bushel does? [Aristotle]
5. Theory of Logic / L. Paradox / 7. Paradoxes of Time
Zeno's arrow paradox depends on the assumption that time is composed of nows [Aristotle]
26. Natural Theory / A. Speculations on Nature / 1. Nature
If there are many things they must have a finite number, but there must be endless things between them
27. Natural Reality / A. Classical Physics / 1. Mechanics / a. Explaining movement
That which moves, moves neither in the place in which it is, nor in that in which it is not
27. Natural Reality / C. Space-Time / 1. Space / e. Relational space
If everything is in a place, what is the place in? Place doesn't exist [Simplicius]