(fl. 5th century bc), Greek philosopher. A member of the Eleatic school, he defended Parmenides' theories by formulating paradoxes that appeared to demonstrate the impossibility of motion.
(c.335–c.263 bc), Greek philosopher; founder of Stoicism; known as Zeno of Citium. He founded the school of Stoic philosophy c.300 (see stoicism)→ stoicism
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