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Aristotle by Mind Map: Aristotle
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Aristotle

5.) Where do these forms reside from?: they lie in things themselves- for example an oak tree is inside a small acorn waiting to live out its purpose

Final Cause: what is the ultimate purpose of the thing

Efficient Cause: the actual force used to make things

Formal Cause: the shape or form a thing must take in order to be recognized

Material Cause: the material from which the thing is made

4.) Teleological power: the Unmoved Mover causes everything in the world to exist

3.) Aristotle: a scientific and practical thinker who does not believe ion the world of the from, but thinks that everything we can understand are the things we can touch

Aristotle argued that humans have a special intellectual power called reason- the ability to comprehend universals

more complex animals have intellectual power (problem solving abilities)

2.) Our senses: animals differ from plants by having the power of sensation and perception

1.) Biology: he believes that nature does nothing by chance and therefore everything has a purpose