Eleatic stranger

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Parmenides (b. c. 515 bc)



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The figure in Plato's dialogues the Sophist and Statesman who represents the problems that Parmenides and the Eleatics had with nonbeing, and the possibility of saying what is false.

Subjects: Philosophy.

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