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    AristotleAristotle was a Greek philosopher who lived in the 4th century. • He made the important decision of leaving his hometown Stagere to go and study in Plato’s academy in Athens and later became the tutor of the young Alexander the Great. • He established his own school of philosophy...
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  • Introduction
    ARISTOTLE Aristotle was Plato's greatest student. One of his big contributions to philosophy was the theory of the four kinds of causes. Aristotle's ideal state would be ruled by the virtuous citizens.  Aristotle thinks that a state is an association for allowing each citizen to live well. What was...
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  • Ancient Greece Influence
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  • Aristotle's Political Theory
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  • History of Philosophy
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  • Philosophy
    ethics. Meta-ethics concerns the nature of ethical thought, comparison of various ethical systems, whether there are absolute ethical truths, and how such truths could be known. Ethics is also associated with the idea of morality.  Political philosophy is the study of government and the relationship...
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  • Role of the State
    groundwork of Western logic, metaphysics and political theory until modern times. Yet, in assessing what modern European owes to its classical heritage, we need to confront the fact that Plato and Aristotle stood opposed to both the major philosophical and political tendencies of modern liberalism and the...
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  • Assignment Meg 5
    theory; that is, he says that dhvani is the method through which the effect of rasa is achieved. Rasa is the effect of suggestion. Mimesis For Plato (429-397 B.C.), 'poiesis' or what we call literary theory or even criticism was an imitation or, 'mimesis'. ('Poiesis' (GK) translates into poetry...
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        University of the Philippines Baguio College of Social Sciences Department of Economics and Political Science Gov. Pack, Road Baguio City Voter’s Preference: Charismatic Influence and Social Interest Researchers: Pol Sci Z (TTh 4:00 – 5:30 pm) Buenaventura, Alec Hope Esteria, Marielle...
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    meta ta physika biblia") - meaning 'the book that follows the physics book'. It was the way students referred to a specific book in the works of Aristotle, and it was a book on First Philosophy. (The assumption that the word means "beyond physics" is misleading) Metaphysics is the branch of philosophy...
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  • Plato and Aristotle: An Analysis
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  • Natural ; Law
    deduce binding rules of moral behavior. Natural law is contrasted with the positive law (meaning "man-made law", not "good law"; cf. posit) of a given political community, society, or nation-state, and thus serves as a standard by which to critique said positive law.[2] According to natural law theory, the...
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  • Reconstruction of the America Democracy
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  • Anthropology as a Western Discipline
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  • Open Access to the Sep Is Made Possible by a World-Wide Funding Initiative.
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  • Plato and Aristotle discussions of moral and justice
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  • Annalytical Essay
    world: Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle, all believed in the idea of justice and the human soul. When they started forming their own beliefs, though, they were headed in different directions. Plato stressed on the true meaning of justice, and how all people deserved to be equal, while Aristotle felt that governing...
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