Aristotle

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Philosophy

 

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Sid B

 

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November 10, 2014

 

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College

 

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It is a part of what it is to be a particular to imitate the ideal example of the form. By contrast the Form is the absolute perfect example of the genus it is predicated of, so it cannot be "like" something else, since being "like" something indicates some defect in imitation, particularly in the sense Plato uses it...
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Plato's conception of the Forms contains the idea that Forms are supremely unique?if a thing is like something else, it cannot be a Form. The instant that there is another Form added to the one that already exists, neither one is a Form any longer, and a new Form is established. In short, Plato sees the Forms as essences from which particulars, in participating in this essence, derive their essential qualities...
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