Zeno and flow of information

Synthese 190 (3):439-447 (2013)
Although the current literature on supertasks concentrates largely on their supposed physical implications (extending the tradition of Zeno’s classical paradoxes of movement), in this study I propose a new model of supertask that explores for the first time some of their information-related consequences and I defend these consequences from a possible criticism.
Keywords Supertask  Information  Knowledge
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DOI 10.1007/s11229-011-0037-z
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