Aristotle

But if the concept of 'time' in general and the 'moment' in particular, to determine not how Newton – abstract duration, and Aristotle – the time is the number of motion, ie time there is a sequence of all the changes that take place in the world, changing it. If any, even the least moment is determined occurred at this moment some lifestyle changes Mir elements, including changing the spatial position of arrows, in this case it turns out that if the flying arrow does not change its spatial position, then, consequently, there was no, even the smallest, moments. No change – no time. In aporia 'Stages' Zeno puts a thought experiment, where time is understood not as a sequence of changes, and how abstract duration, which has the smallest indivisible and more value – 'atom' of time. Space is understood not as the relative positions of elements forming the world as well as a container for objects in the world, also has the 'atom' space. In the experiment, two objects are moving past the third in opposite directions with velocities relative to this third object in the space of one atom per atom of time. This means that with respect to each other, they move with a speed of one atom of space for half an indivisible atom of time.

Again a contradiction. Creates a problem, he knows the solution. Zeno knew that there are no atoms of space and time. Knew that any moment is determined by an infinite number of changes, the product who followed that moment with the way the world elements. .