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By: (427? BC - 347? BC)

Parmenides is a thought-provoking philosophical work that challenges readers to reconsider their notions of reality and existence. The text delves into the fundamental questions of being and non-being, presenting a complex argument that forces readers to grapple with the limitations of human understanding.

The author's writing is dense and abstract, making it at times difficult to grasp the full extent of their argument. However, the depth of insight contained within the text is worth the effort required to decipher it. The ideas presented in Parmenides have influenced countless philosophers throughout history and continue to spark debate and discussion among scholars today.

While the text may not be easily accessible to the casual reader, those willing to engage with its challenging concepts will find themselves rewarded with a deeper understanding of the nature of reality. Parmenides is a work that demands careful consideration and contemplation, but one that ultimately leaves a lasting impact on those who dare to delve into its depths.

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Parmenides (Ancient Greek: ΠΑΡΜΕΝΙΔΗΣ) recounts a meeting between Socrates, Zeno and Parmenides. Topics discussed include universals, plurality and the One.

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