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The argument runs as follows: If something is infinitely divisible, that is a clear indication that this something is a continuum. But how can one be sure that a period of time is infinitely divisible? 2). 2 D Aristotle’s divisibility argument. 35 niko strobach The tortoise has made it to place D at instant G. Is there an instant at which Achilles has made it to D? Sure: H. Is there a place to which the tortoise has made it at H? Sure: K. Is there an instant at which Achilles has made it to K? Sure etc.

Tensed versus tenseless debates. Paul, L. (2010). Temporal Experience. Journal of Philosophy 107, 333–59. Popper, K. (1998). The World of Parmenides, ed. A. Petersen. London: Routledge. An attempt to read Parmenides cosmologically; it includes Popper’s classification of people like Einstein as Parmenidean. Russell, B. (1964). Principles of Mathematics. New York: Norton. Contains Russell’s version of the relational theory of time attacked by McTaggart. Salmon, W. (1980). Space, Time and Motion. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

New York: St. Martins. , and Schofield, M. (1983). The Presocratic Philosophers, 2nd edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. A standard source of pre-Socratic material and issues. 28 heraclitus and parmenides Matson, W. (1987). A New History of Philosophy, Vol. I. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Concise and insightful history. McKirahan, R. (1994). Philosophy before Socrates. Indianapolis: Hackett. Translations and useful commentary. H. (1998). Real Time II. New York: Routledge. Covers tense/tenseless issues.

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