Parmenides

Parmenides, a distinguished Greek philosopher of the Eleatic school, who flourished in the 5th century B.C.; his system was developed by him in the form of an epic poem, in which he demonstrates the existence of an Absolute which is unthinkable, because it is without limits, and which he identifies with thought, as the one in the many.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Parmenion * Parmigiano
Parker, Matthew
Parker, Theodore
Parkman, Francis
Parlement
Parliament
Parliament, The Long
Parliament of Dunces
Parliamentarian
Parma
Parmenion
Parmenides
Parmigiano
Parnassus
Parnell, Charles Stuart
Parnell, Thomas
Paros
Parr, Catherine
Parr, Samuel
Parr, Thomas
Parramatta
Parrhasius