Read: Aristotle, Physics IV (7-8), Epicurean fragments on physics, Selection of fragments from Zeno
Many of Zeno’s arguments rely on the infinite divisibility of matter and magnitudes, i.e. the claim that no matter how many divisions I make of some distance, there are always further divisions into more parts (e.g. fragments 6,7,8 in the pdf I gave you). What is the Epicurean response to these sorts of arguments in fragment 9A? Why must we not only say that we cannot cut an atom into infinitely many parts, but that we also cannot consider traversel to infinity? Do you find the arguments and view compelling?