Zeno of Velia or Elea in Lucania was the founder of dialectic.
Zeno of Elea, maintained the doctrine of Absolute Identity, 309.
Did Zeno mean to say that when he walked about the streets of Elea, it was not true that he walked about?
It is, however, doubtful whether Xenophanes ever went to Elea.
The school of Elea rejected the gross anthropomorphism of the Homeric theology.
Logic has the serpent in her hand below a veil, and at her feet Zeno of Elea, who is reading.
Nothing demonstrates this better than the celebrated arguments which we owe to Zeno of Elea.
From thence they sailed over to Subota, an island between Elea and Athos.
He should rather have said—'scoles of Elea and of the Academie.'
The arguments of Zeno of Elea, although formulated with a very different intention, have no other meaning.