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ARISTOTLE: Science Strikes Back by Mind Map: ARISTOTLE: Science Strikes Back
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ARISTOTLE: Science Strikes Back

"All men by nature desire to know. An example is the delight we take in our senses."

This comes from his work "Metaphysics" Aristotle believes that nothing in nature happens by chances. We have senses to use them to understand the world.

For Aristotle, to engage the problem of Knowledge, we must begin with our senses.

HOW DO OUR SENSES DIFFER FROM OTHER ANIMALS?

All forms of life have nutritive, reproductive, and locomotive.

Animals differ by having the power of sensation and perception. More complex animals have intellectual power (problem solving ability)

HOW DOES ARISTOTLE DIFFER FROM PLATO AND SOCRATES?

Aristotle is more of a rational thinker. He doesn't believe in the world of forms.

He creates and applies a scientific model to the philosophical

WHAT IS THE TELEOLOGICAL SYSTEM?

Everything in the world has causes

material cause: the thing from which it is made

format change: the shape of form a thing must take to be recognized

"IF THE ART OF SHIP BUILDING WAS IN THE WOOD WE WOULD HAVE SHIPS BY NATURE."

you have to make something for it to be here.

Example of the System: The Doryphorous

material: Marble

WHERE DO THE FORMS LIE?

the forms are in us. (DNA)

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HUMANS MUST BE HAPPY IT IS OUR GOAL! :)

How does all of this apply to ethics?

The final cause for humans is happiness. or Eudaimonia