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2003. Infinitism redux? A response to Klein. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 66: 709–717. 8 This notion traces back to at least Aristotle’s Physics, book 3. Cf. Dowden (2013, Sect. 1). References 33 Huggett, N. 2002. Zeno’s paradoxes. In Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed. N. Zalta. Johnson, O. 1978. Skepticism and cognitivism. Berkeley: CUP. Johnstone, Jr. W. 1996. The rejection of infinite postponement as a philosophical argument. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 10: 92–104. -S.

2 Evaluation 27 infinity of distances to the Tortoise. e. will fail to traverse all distances to the Tortoise, is no doubt counterintuitive. Why would Achilles fail to catch the Tortoise by running to the latter? Achilles is much faster and will certainly catch the Tortoise eventually. 5 In Sect. 4, I will provide one extended and contemporary example of a regress (generated in a Failure way) that is arguably harmless. 3 Classic Instances Here is a list of further filling instructions for the Failure Schemas (based on the classic cases from Sect.

Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall. F. 1982. Introduction to logic. In Logic, language and meaning. Vol. 1. Trans. 1991. Chicago: UCP. Gillett, C. 2003. Infinitism redux? A response to Klein. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 66: 709–717. 8 This notion traces back to at least Aristotle’s Physics, book 3. Cf. Dowden (2013, Sect. 1). References 33 Huggett, N. 2002. Zeno’s paradoxes. In Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed. N. Zalta. Johnson, O. 1978. Skepticism and cognitivism. Berkeley: CUP.

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