Eubulides


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Eubulides

(yo͞obyo͞o`lĭdēz), 4th cent. B.C., Greek philosopher, native of Miletus. He was a contemporary and adversary of Aristotle and was the successor of Euclid of Megara as head of the Megarian school.
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Here, however, Beckett appears somewhat confused: the paradox actually referred to by Clov at the beginning and by Hamm at the end of Endgame (Beckett 2006, 93, 126) is not one that deals with the impossibility of movement; rather, it is the "sorites" (or "heap") paradox first formulated by Eubulides of Miletus, which deals with the problem of vagueness.
According to [13] it was first formulated by the Greek philosopher Eubulides of Miletus: "A man says that he is lying.
31]; DEMOSTHENES, Against Eubulides, in DEMOSTHENES,
15) This line of defence is largely followed by Euxitheus in his appeal against his deme's decision in Against Eubulides ([Dem.
The dialogue is presented by Euclid, a Megarian, and the Megarians, Euclides and Eubulides, denied potential.
The Sorites paradoxes are associated with Eubulides of Miletus (fourth century B.