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Eleatic School.

Gk. school of philos, at Velia (or Elea), S It.; founded, according to tradition, by Xenophanes*; Parmenides* and Zeno* of Velia were among its leaders. It held that the world is in a state of rest, not motion; being is real and eternal.

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