History[ edit ] The school took its name from Elea Ancient Greek: Its foundation is often attributed to Xenophanes of Colophon , but, although there is much in his speculations which formed part of the later Eleatic doctrine, it is probably more correct to regard Parmenides as the founder of the school. Parmenides developed some of Xenophanes's metaphysical ideas. Subsequently, the school debated the possibility of motion and other such fundamental questions. The work of the school was influential upon Platonic metaphysics. Philosophy[ edit ] The Eleatics rejected the epistemological validity of sense experience , and instead took logical standards of clarity and necessity to be the criteria of truth.
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The Writings of Thales Doubts have always existed about whether Thales wrote anything, but a number of ancient reports credit him with writings. Diogenes Laertius raised doubts about authenticity, but wrote that 'according to others [Thales] wrote nothing but two treatises, one On the Solstice and one On the Equinox' D. Lobon of Argus asserted that the writings of Thales amounted to two hundred lines D. Hesychius, recorded that '[Thales] wrote on celestial matters in epic verse, on the equinox, and much else' DK, 11A2.
These features represent the contributions of scholars of many generations and countries, as does the ongoing attempt to correct for corruption. Important variant readings and suggestions are commonly printed at the bottom of each page of text, forming the apparatus criticus. In the great majority of cases only one decision is possible, but there are instances—some of crucial importance—where several courses can be adopted and where the resulting readings have widely differing import.