by Aivy Tran
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How does Aristole differ
from Plato and Socrates?
Aristolte was A scientific Thinker as Plato
and Socrates were believed in teh world of
Forms. (Thinsg that could be touched)
In his metaphysics,Aristotle states,"all men
by nature desire to know." An example is
the delight we take in our senses.
Note: Plato and Socrtes says
sense lead you away from the
truth,but Aristotles says no
we use our senses we crave
He believes nature does nothing by chance
That we have been given our senses to use
them to understand the world
For Aristotle to engage the problem of
knowledge, we must begin w/our
Doryphorus what caused it
Formal cause: Human for m
perfect man nude thinking
Material cause? Bronze
efficient CAUSE? chisel with marble
Clasicall age connection art
with Aristotle he focuses on
How do our senses differ
from other animals?
Animals have different senses than us thus they have
different goals and we have a better awareness and
understanding of the world and we have a REAL final goal
Everythign in this world has a cause
Where do the forms reside?
forms live in the things themselves.