Zeno's Paradoxes edited by Wesley C. Salmon

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These essays lead the reader through the land of the wonderful shrinking genie to the warehouse where the infinity machines are kept. By careful examination of a lamp that is switched on and off infinitely many times, or the workings of a machine that prints out an infinite decimal expansion of pi, we begin to understand how it is possible for Achilles to overtake the tortoise.

Bobbs-Merrill, 1970.
309 pp.
Hardcover. Very good in a very good jacket.
Jacket intact, with some rubbing to edges and minor scuffing to back.