Some Observations on Aristotle's Theory of Mathematics and the Continuum
Feyerabend (Paul)
Source: Midwest Studies in Philosophy (Vol VIII) - Contemporary Perspectives on the History of Philosophy
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    An explanation and defence of aristotle's theory of mathematics and continuity showing its relation to modern ideas (intuitionism, quantum theory)1 and refuting criticisms such as that of galileo and owen. Also aristotle's solution of zeno's paradoxes is presented and discussed.

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