One of the kind of paradoxes considered by Zeno. Widely regarded as resolved by the modern concept of differentiation via limit of a sequence (analysis, differential calculus) (see e.g. Boyer 49, p. 267).
Wikipedia, Zeno’s paradoxes – Paradox of motion
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Zeno’s paradoxes – The paradoxes of motion
Carl Benjamin Boyer, The history of the Calculus and its conceptual development, Dover 1949
Georg Hegel, chapter on cohesion and elasticity in Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences, see also at Science of Logic – Kohäsion.
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