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1ntroduction 1t is clear abstract numbers acting-upon actual actual infinite Additional Note analogy Anaxagoras argued argument Aristotelian Aristotle Aristotle's Axiom of Archimedes being-acted-upon boundary Caelo ceasing-to-be celestial sphere changeable changing thing CHAPTER claim coming-to-be considered continuous corresponding countable counted defined Democritus derived Diels-Kranz discussion distinction division Euclidean geometry example existence explanation extension fact finite finitist follows further geometry given Hence Hesiod homoeomeries impossible infinite body infinity interpretation involved kind Leibniz's Law limit locomotion magnitude mathematical objects matter mean measure medium Metaphysics moving thing natural motion natural place number of change occur operation Parmenides particular changes passage philosophy of mathematics Physics Plato Plato's position possible predicate present section principle problem quantity rarefaction reason rest seems self-subsistent separable space spatial substance suggested suppose surrounding body temporal theory thought Timaeus time-stretch true universe unmoved mover void weight whole