46. Zeno’s Paradoxes 2

I first encountered Zeno quite by accident when David Clayton, my instructor at Pontifex University, asked me a simple question: “How many colors are there?” This was quite intimidating, considering that David is an internationally known artist as well as a teacher, broadcaster, and writer, not to mention that I, as an optometrist, should have […]

45. Zeno’s Paradoxes 1

After three deep posts on Parmenides, Zeno of Elea will be a refreshing change of pace where we can rest our minds a bit and have some fun. Zeno is known almost exclusively for his intriguing paradoxes.1 For example, according to Zeno, did you know that if you set off to reach a destination, you […]

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