Comparison of Plato, Aquinas, Aristotle and Augustine

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Philosophy

 

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Megan H

 

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November 4, 2011

 

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And is there anything more closely connected with wisdom than truth? (Plato, 380BC) Reason Reason is knowledge of things like mathematics but which require that some postulates be accepted without question, and "intelligence," which is the knowledge of the highest and most abstract categories of things, an understanding of the ultimate good...
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The intelligible world contains the eternal "Forms" of things; the visible world is the imperfect and changing manifestation in this world of these unchanging forms.(Plato) Virtue Virtue can indeed be taught, not merely by words, but "in" and "through" a vision of the exemplary acts of its bearers...
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