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PHI 105 week 1 - The author says that motion is an illusion...

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The author says that motion is an illusion and all that seems to be in motion is in actuality at rest. He illustrated, for example, how Zeno’s approach was that with anti-motion arguments, that he could prove motion is impossible, and that things that are in motion or appear to be in motion are in truth not moving at all. And yet the editor leaves the reader a point to think and rationalize these theories, and arguments, while building theories of one’s own and arguments toward any mistakes in Zeno’s logic. Arguments and Logic: The editor’s position is that motion is impossible. His logic in explaining this includes his use of the well known philosopher Zeno. He further supports his argument by noting how Zeno used perception of a physical nature, space perception and time, and according to (Moore & Bruder, 2008). “That all things in order to move must occupy the same amount of physical space compared to its length, and thus it is at rest, concluding it is not in motion.” By using these kinds
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