PHI 105 Week 1 Checkpoint Argument and Logic

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1 CheckPoint: Argument and Logic In the text excerpt of “On Rabbits and Motion” the author states that motion is an illusion and that everything that appears to be in motion is actually in a resting position. The author illustrated that Zeno’s approach was full of anti-motion arguments that of which he could prove motion is impossible, and that things that are in motion or that seem to be in motion are actually not even moving at all. The author seems to leave the reader thinking and attempting to rationalize these theories and arguments all while creating theories and arguments of their own; toward any mistakes in Zeno’s logic. Arguments and Logic: The logic in the explanation quotes words from the well known philosopher Zeno. The author continues to supports the 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
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This note was uploaded on 07/25/2011 for the course PHI 105 taught by Professor Taylor during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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