Grünbaum's solution to Zeno's paradoxes

Philosophia 3 (1):43-50 (1973)

Zeno's paradoxes of motion are considered as challenges to the practice of describing motion in terms of continuous functions. A brief description of some work of adolf gruenbaum toward the resolution of these paradoxes is given. A new form of zeno's dichotomy paradox is described, And it is claimed that the paradox, In this form, Is not amenable to the explanations of gruenbaum. This is demonstrated by giving the new form of the paradox a second, More mathematical description. In a short summary it is claimed that the challenges of zeno's paradoxes are still unanswered
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DOI 10.1007/BF02381627
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