Parmenides Argument

Begin with a brief introductory paragraph that includes a thesis statement (claim about the main point of the paper).
Explain Parmenides’ argument for his conclusion that change doesn’t occur. This part should be at least a page of the paper.
Either critique or defend his claim by either critiquing or defending one or more of his premises.
If critiquing, then argue against one or two of the premises, giving reasons for why they aren’t correct.
If defending, then either:
Argue for why at least two of the premises are correct, and/or
Explain (briefly) a likely objection that a critic might raise and then argue against that objection.

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