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G E L Owen 19578 Zeno and the Mathematicians Proceedings
Aristotelian Society 80 pp 187210
Charles Parsons 1964 Infinity and Kants Conception of the Possibility
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absurd Achilles actual infinite actually intelligible actually intelligibly representable argue argument Aristotle Aristotle's arrow assumption axiom axiom of choice Berkeley Cantor's claim completed computation concept construction CRISPIN WRIGHT definition Dummett example existence extension fact false finitude follows G. E. L. OWEN given Hume idea impossible infinite divisibility infinite number infinite sets infinity instant integers interpretation intuition intuitionism intuitionist JONATHAN LEAR Kant Kant's kind lamp least limit logical magnitude mathematicians meaning moving natural numbers notation notion objects paradox particular PENELOPE MADDY philosophical philosophy of mathematics physical position possible potential infinite premise present principle problem proper classes question reason seems semantics sense sequence set theory Skolem Sorites Sorites paradox space spatial statement STRICT FINITISM strict finitist super-task suppose surveyability predicates tasks theorem things tion transfinite numbers true truth University variable verified whole Wittgenstein Z-points Zeno Zeno's Zeno's paradoxes