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    Platonism and Knowledge

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    Page 1 PHAEDO Symposium and The Death of Socrates is an ancient Greek text by Phaedo. This old text occurred philosophy‚ stories and Genesis quote from the Bible. Platonic love is a philosophy which was main concern of this text. Platonic love is a type of love that is pure and non-sexual. Symposium‚ or drinking party. This party is for those whose want to discuss a philosophy of love. In the dialogue‚ Socrates discusses the nature of the afterlife on his

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    INTRODUCTION This case study is about the newly appointed vice president‚ Rob Winchester and about the difficulties he faced shortly after his university career began.Rob’s boss‚ Sweetwater’s president assigned him the first task of improving the performance appraisal system used to evaluate secretarial and clerical performance. In this case‚ the main difficulty is the performance appraisal which was directly tied to salary increases given at the end ofthe year. The graphic rating forms which were

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    Saint Augustine: How he fused Classical culture (i.e.‚ both Stoicism and Platonism) with Christianity In Augustine’s day there were many religions available to choose from some of which had many gods. St. Augustine was born to a pagan father and a Christian mother. He lived a life of immorality until his early thirties when he suddenly took a new path. During his upbringing his parents began to instill their beliefs and way of living which he later began to question. Though his mother taught

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    Nietzsche and Platonism

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    and super-ordinate -- all this has been formulated as the ideal in contemporary sociology." (p 541). The culture of Europe at the time of Nietzsche’s writing was experiencing a general decline in vitality which was exemplified in Christianity (Platonism) and anarchy or nihilism. Nietzsche saw himself as a kind of philosophical doctor‚ capable of diagnosing the sickness of man. These two types of decline made it especially apparent what was wrong with mankind‚ and in this decadence Nietzsche detected

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    Aristotle vs Platonist

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    Cited: "Aristotelian Ethics." Wikipedia‚ the Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Inc‚ 2 Nov. 2010. Web. 24 Nov. 2010. . Grube‚ G.M.A. "Platonist and Aristotelian." Pheonix. Classical Association of Canada‚ 1947. Web. 24 Nov. 2010. . "Platonism." Wikipedia‚ the Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Inc.‚ 12 Nov. 2010. Web. 24 Nov. 2010. .

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    and David Gallop. Phaedo. Oxford Eng.: Clarendon‚ 1975. (Book) Malpas‚ J.‚ "Donald Davidson"‚ The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Winter 2003 Edition)‚ Edward N. Zalta (ed.)‚ URL = . (Internet) Wallin‚ Robert D. "AUGUSTINE AND PLATONISM." AUGUSTINE AND PLATONISM. Cambrindge Latin Edition of Confessions‚ 1999. Web. 16 Oct. 2012. . (Internet) Portalié‚ Eugène. "Life of St. Augustine of Hippo." The Catholic Encyclopedia. Vol. 2. New York: Robert Appleton Company‚ 1907. 16 Oct. 2012 . (Internet)

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    include: Tertullian‚ Clement of Alexandria‚ St. Augustine and others came in contact with Greek philosophy understood that dialogue is possible between reason and faith‚ that is‚ religion and philosophy. These they were able to do by the adoption of Platonism. Following the above preamble‚ this paper hopes to discuss the view of the early Church Fathers as regards Faith and Reason but with particular reference to the views of St. Augustine of Hippo. FAITH AND REASON IN THE THOUGHT OF ST. AUGUSTINE

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    Platonism was the ideology the Plato had and a branch of this was known as Neoplatonism‚ which was what Augustine had taken to. (TeSelle) Neoplatonism was not as concrete in having one main idea‚ so it is important to pinpoint what Augustine’s take on it was

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    Metaphysics: Plato’s greatest contribution to modern society is found in his theories relating to metaphysics. These is now referred to as Platonism (or Exaggerated Realism). Plato divides his world into two aspects: the intelligible world and the perceptual world. The Perceptual world: Plato saw the perceptual world around us as imperfect copies of the intelligible forms or ideas. The Intelligible world: Forms are unchangeable and perfect‚ and only comprehensible by the use of intellect and understanding

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    Borodikhin Dmitriy ID: 20062471 group #3 Platonic and Aristotelian metaphysics Plato and Aristotle are the names of the two philosophers who had so much influence on philosophy as a science. Plato and Aristotle are connected with each other. At 17 years Aristotle entered the school of the Plato. From the beginning Aristotle was strongly on the side of Plato’s principles‚ and then his views became more differ from Plato. In Plato’s

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