• Introduction in Philosophy
    Knowledge | How do I know about it? | Ethics | Study of Action | What should I do? | Politics | Study of Force | What actions are permissible? | Esthetics | Study of Art | What can life be like? | There is a hierarchical relationship between these branches as can be seen in the Concept Chart...
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  • Versus Aristotle
    Politics of Plato and Aristotle Politics of Plato and Aristotle To compare the political theories of two great philosophers of politics is to first examine each theory in depth. Plato is regarded by many experts as the first writer of political philosophy, and Aristotle is recognized...
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  • Werk
    . Bibliography 1. Plato, Republic, trans. C.D.C. Reeve. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing, 2004. 2. Aristotle, Politics, trans. C.D.C. Reeve. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing, 1998. -------------------------------------------- [ 1 ]. Plato, Republic, trans. C.D.C. Reeve (Indianapolis: Hackett...
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  • Plato and Aristotle Private Property and The Ability to Rule
    about how the state should be ruled. One such view was on the ability to own private property and the ability to rule. Plato’s, The Republic and Aristotle’s, the Politics of Aristotle illustrates both philosophers’ ideal states of regime. It is also where we get a clear view on the different...
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  • Salvation
    to improves themselves they were solar who sold their services as professional teachers and stressed the importance of rhetoric the art of persuasive speaking. 11) Socrates, Plato, Aristotle: Socrates he left no wrtings was a stonemason but love philosophy he taught without any pay because he...
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  • This Is the Best Day of My Life
    Greece. (118) 13. Who were the three great Greek philosophers? Describe their philosophies or accomplishments. The three great Greek philosophers were Socrates, Plato and Aristotle. The two most influential philosophers of the Classical period were Socrates and Plato. Socrates turned the focus of...
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  • History
    thought that the republic government is designed for justice to get by rulers and in terms of Aristotle it is used to define politics. Aristotle thought is based on self interested people means who work hard then he can get more which is different from Plato’s perspectives. Plato thought that only philosophers know more then anybody else class people so they are willing to rules the society. 2)...
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  • Aristotle Versus Plato
    THE CONCEPT OF IMITATION IN PLATO AND ARISTOTLE Abstract Plato and Aristotle argue that artist (Demiurge) and poet imitate nature, thus, a work of art is a reflection of nature. However, they have different views on the functions of imitation in art and literature. Plato believes in the...
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  • Political Thinkers
    University of Exeter, and lectured at the University of Wales, Swansea, and the University of York, including a range of courses in the history of political thought; he retired as Reader in the Department of Politics in 2001. He has published papers on Protagoras, Plato, and Aristotle, and is the...
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  • Clcv Notes
    !!! • Aristophanes: master of comedy in 5th century bc, best playwright, • Really have to know Greek to appreciate the humor o Similarities between comedy and tragedy: • Preformed in same theater (outdoors, during daytime, no scene changes) • Both require the use of chorus • Both poetry composed...
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  • Politics of Plato and Aristotle
    Politics of Plato and Aristotle To compare the political theories of two great philosophers of politics is to first examine each theory in depth. Many experts regard Plato as the first writer of political philosophy, and Aristotle is recognized as the first political scientist. These two men...
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  • Aristotle Imitaion
    , poetry got its right place through the hands of Aristotle, while it could not get the same through the hands of Plato. POINTS TO REMEMBER A. points of contrast between plato and Aristotle |1. |the guru and guide |1. |the disciple of plato | |2...
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  • Thrasymachus’ Challenge
    equality. The stronger pay no heed to either.” Politics, trans. T. D. Sinclair (London: Penguin Books, 1992) 1318. 18 Ibid., 363a. 19 Ibid., 366b. 20 Ibid., 363a-c. 21 Ibid., 362a. 22 Ibid., 364a; 365a. 23 Ibid., 367b. 24 Ibid., 367e. 25 See Plato, Republic, 434a-441c for Socrates’ argument that the soul...
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  • Political Thinking
    1-3 Politics and Philosophy  1st - considers relationship between poltics and philosophy - Aristotle said very little about philosophy - the best state must be a flourishing one to develop rational (eudemonia) - activity of the soul in accordance to  Includes virtue over a life time, requires...
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  • The Concept of Justice
    virtues. If one is to have a good life, one must be just. Bibliography Aristotle. Politics. Trans. C. D. C. Reeve. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company, Inc., 1998. Plato. Republic. Trans. C. D. C. Reeve. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company Inc., 2004. Reeve, C., Peter Meineck, James Doyle, Plato, Aristophanes, and Xenophon. The Trials of Socrates: Six Classic Texts. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company, Inc. 2002. 26-61....
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  • Method and Madness: Education in Plato's Republic and Aristotle's Politics
    themselves should have learned or skipped over, when those things should have been introduced, and whether other types of people should have a certain type of education. Two differing methods of addressing the issue of education are presented by Plato in The Republic and by his student, Aristotle, in...
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  • Stolen Legacy
    ; Zeller's Hist. of Phil. p. 51; 69; Plato Phaedo C 15; Plato Republic); also (d) Aristotle, who defines the soul as a harmony in his de animo I. 2. 3. The Central and Peripheral Fires. Here Pythagoras attempts to show that fire under-lies creation, and this same notion is expressed by (a) Heraclitus...
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  • Ljnlucy
    Instructor: Frongillo, Chris Task: Week2 Discussion Date : May09, 2013 Plato or Aristotle Plato’s philosophy is based on theories of ideas because he believed that ideas are real objects of knowledge. In both politics and ethics, he believed that ideas formed the foundation of appropriate...
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  • Christianity According to St. Augustine and Machiavelli
    soft. Like St. Augustine, his work went on to become one of the most famous books ever written about politics. Throughout the two works there are some similarities and differences regarding politics, however it their view of Christianity and morality that many find most intriguing. After...
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  • Aristolte Plato Social Contract
    , citizenry, and responsibility. Through various definitions of wisdom, knowledge, and virtue, Plato and Aristotle are able to come up with their respective conclusions. Sonksen 7 Bibliography Grube, G.M.A 1992 Plato: Republic. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company. Jowett, Benjamin 2000 Aristotle: Politics. New York: Dover Publications, Inc....
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