Zeno's paradoxes

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Zeno’s paradoxes

four philosophical arguments purporting to show the impossibility of motion. [Gk. Phil.: NCE, 3043]
See: Paradox
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9 Aristotle addresses Zeno's four paradoxes of motion and amongst them the arrow paradox.
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been overlooked in most discussions of Zeno's arrow paradox to date.
the arrow paradox rests on the tacit but incorrect assumption that,
This, I believe, is what happens in the solution to the arrow paradox proposed by Zangari.