Aristotle’s solution for Parmenides’ inconclusive argument in Physics I.3

Peitho 12 (1):41-67 (2021)
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I discuss the argument Aristotle ascribes to Parmenides at Physics 186a23-32. I discuss (i) the reasons why Aristotle considers it as eristic and inconclusive and (i) the solution (lusis) Aristotle proposes against it.

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Lucas Angioni
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