„Since… nature is a principle of motion and mutation… it is necessary that we should not be ignorant of what motion is… But motion appears to belong to things continuous; and the infinite first presents itself to the view in that which is continuous…. [F]requently… those who define the continuous, employ the nature or the infinite, as if that which is divisible to infinity is continuous.“
— Aristotle Classical Greek philosopher, student of Plato and founder of Western philosophy -384 - -322 př. n. l.
Book III, Ch. I, pp. 135-136.