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 Zeno's Paradox:     more detail Zeno's Paradoxes by Wesley C. Salmon, March, 2001 Key Contemporary Concepts : From Abjection to Zeno's Paradox by John Lechte, February, 2003 The Paradoxes of Zeno (Avebury Series in Philosophy) by J. A. Faris, J. A. Farris, October, 1996

1. Zeno's Paradox Of The Tortoise And Achilles (PRIME)
An article in the Platonic Realms.

2. Zeno And The Paradox Of Motion
school calculus teachers to present them as "zeno's paradox", and then "resolve the paradox" by pointing out that an
http://www.mathpages.com/rr/s3-07/3-07.htm

zeno's paradox. Solution . Zeno was a famous mathematician from Elea, a Greek city on the Italian coast.

4. Zeno's Race Course, Part 1
Thoughtful lecture notes for discussing this paradox, presented by S. Marc Cohen.
http://faculty.washington.edu/smcohen/320/zeno1.htm

zeno's paradox Resolved The faulty logic in Zeno's argument is the assumption that the sum of an infinite number of numbers is always infinite. While this seems intuitively logical, it is in fact wrong.

A link to an unusual and strange discussion of zeno's paradox in Reality Inspector,a novel about chess and computerhacking. I have solved zeno's paradox.
http://www.westgatehouse.com/zeno.html

Discusses the paradoxes of Zeno of Elea, e.g., Achilles and the Tortoise; by Nick Huggett.

zeno's paradox. A Math Forum Project
http://mathforum.org/isaac/problems/zeno1.html

http://mathforum.org/library/view/8069.html

zeno's paradox. A Math Forum Project
http://forum.swarthmore.edu/~isaac/problems/zeno1.html

11. Zeno's Paradox Of The Tortoise And Achilles (PRIME)
You are right, as always, said Achilles sadly  and conceded the race. Zeno'sParadox may be rephrased as follows. Suppose I wish to cross the room.

12. Transcript - Zeno's Paradox (September 17, 2000)
zeno's paradox. Say you start in the middle of a room and walk to the wall.
http://www.earthsky.org/2000/es000917.html

A link to an unusual and strange discussion of zeno's paradox in RealityInspector, a novel about chess and computerhacking. from
http://www.westgatehouse.com/zeno2.html

15. Zeno's Paradox Of The Arrow
http://faculty.washington.edu/smcohen/320/ZenoArrow.html

Re zeno's paradox. Subject Re zeno's paradox; From baez@galaxy.ucr.edu (johnbaez); Date 06 Apr 1999 000000 GMT; Next by thread Re zeno's paradox; Index(es
http://www.lns.cornell.edu/spr/1999-04/msg0015738.html

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