Here we are. Way way back into the old-ness, for an old guy that predates Socrates. Born 490 B.C. (he died in 430 B.C.) He was a member of the Eleatic school under Parmenides. He was best known for his paradoxes.
“…but what has been said once can always be repeated.” – Zeno of Elea.
Not to be confused with the other Zeno. This one is a little hit and run that gets more profound the more your think on it, at least to me. As always, this is for:
Enjoy your week!