Zeno’s Thesis’ Paradox

Around 465 BC, a young Zeno of Elea formulated this paradox in response to interactions with his advisor, Parmenides: ‘If for every n number of errors you correct on your thesis, your Professor discovers n/2 number of new errors, the number of revisions reaches infinity.’”
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