Karin Verelst

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It will be shown in this article that an ontological approach for some problems related to the interpretation of Quantum Mechanics (QM) could emerge from a re-evaluation of the main paradox of early Greek thought: the paradox of Being and non-Being, and the solutions presented to it by Plato and Aristotle. More well known are the derivative paradoxes of(More)
INTRODUCTION.— It will be shown in this contribution that the Received View on Zeno’s paradoxical arguments is untenable. Upon a close analysis of the Greek sources1, it is possible to do justice to Simplicius’s widely neglected testimony, where he states: In his book, in which many arguments are put forward, he shows in each that a man who says that there(More)
We are so used to think by ourselves that we almost forget how rare and strange this psychological feat actually is. The ability to retract ‘within’ oneself is a recent and culturally determined phaenomenon which was hardly available throughout the major part of human history.[9] To think is to think aloud. Even in our own Antiquity to think and to speak(More)
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