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Zeno of Elea (Fifth Century B.C.)

Zeno of Elea. A Greek philosopher; born about the fifth century B.C.; the date of his death unknown. He spent his later years in Athens. Aristotle calls him the father of dialectics; and Pericles was among his pupils. Of his writings in prose and in dialogue, only fragments have been preserved, but many of them are known to have been on the philosophy of motion.