KANT AND ZENO OF ELEA: HISTORICAL PRECEDENTS OF THE “SCEPTICAL METHOD”
Palavras-chave:Contradictory Propositions. Contrary Propositions. Dialectic. Antinomy. Sceptical Method. Dogmatism. Scepticism. Apagogical Proof.
For Kant’s interpretation of Zeno in KrV A502-507/B530-535, scholars have usually
referred to Plato’s Phaedrus (261d); in reality the sources Kant uses are, on one hand, Brucker (who depends in turn on the pseudo-Aristotelian De Melisso, enophane, et Gorgia, 977 b 2-21), and, on the other, Plato’s Parmenides (135e6-136b1) and Proclus’ commentary on it, as quoted by Gassendi in a popular textbook he wrote on the history of logic.
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