Essay heading: Kant vs Aristotle

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3). In Plato's search to clarify this problem he used what is now commonly referred to as Rationalism. Rationalism can be defined as "the epistemological theory that significant knowledge of the world can best be achieved by a prior means." Or in simplified terms, rationalism is when we come to a conclusion by deduction from abstract ideas (Rogers & Baird 1981, p...
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3). Juxtaposed to this way of thinking was Aristotle, a philosopher of the 17 century, who stated "Reality consists ultimately of many concrete, individual things and that nothing else is real except insofar as it in some way pertains to these things (Lamprecht, 1955, p.57)." For Aristotle reality was found in the particular things in this world...
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