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  1. Colloquium 2: Parmenides’ System: The Logical Origins of His Monism.Barbara Sattler - 2011 - Proceedings of the Boston Area Colloquium of Ancient Philosophy 26 (1):25-90.
    The paper demonstrates that Parmenides’ monism is a logical consequence of his criteria for philosophy, in conjunction with the logical operators he uses, and their holistic connection. Parmenides, I argue, is the first philosopher to set out explicit criteria for philosophy, establishing as criterion not only consistency, but also what I call rational admissibility, the requirement when giving an account of something that the account be based on rational analysis and can withstand rational scrutiny. I give a detailed account of (...)
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