What do these passages mean, could someone please kindly clarify them.
‘Motion is the pure change of place affecting a this which remains otherwise unaltered as is shown clearly enough by our assumption of the homogeneity of space.’ P286
‘Motion has the exact value of a fact; it participates wholly in the complete contingency of being and must be accepted as a given.’ P286
Motion becomes a relation so external to being… From this point of view motion appears neither as a being nor as a mode of being but as an entirely desubstantialized relation. P287
'This appears evident if we admit that motion is superimposed on being and that consequently nothing comes to decide whether being is in motion or at rest. In a word, if motion is an accident of being motion and rest are indistinguishable.' P287 This is on the Eleatic Paradox of the arrow.
P290 ‘Motion has no more of being; it is the least-being of a being which can neither arrive nor be abolished nor wholly be.’