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Parmenides

Syllabification: Par·men·i·des
Pronunciation: /pärˈmeniˌdēz
 
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( Fl. 5th century bc), Greek philosopher. He founded the Eleatic school of philosophers. In his work On Nature, he maintained that the apparent motion and changing forms of the universe are in fact manifestations of an unchanging and indivisible reality.

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