Plato

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Philosophy

 

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Irene F

 

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June 1, 2017

 

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In Plato's "Republic," he addresses the fundamental question of what the ultimate nature of reality is like. The problem of reality that he offers is a solution to is how one can explain the nature of change as it relates to causes. Ultimately, Plato thinks reality is dualistic because he thinks the material realm of appearances is always changing and that the non-material realm of the forms never changes...
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He also thinks that the Forms cause physical things to be what they are. Reality creates ones perception of good or bad. Even if the physical features remain the same. The constant change in reality causes the frequent change between perceptions of good and bad. Exercise 3: Three Premises to Support the Conclusion Premise 1: The physical objects will remain the same, but your perception will change according to the reality you are in...
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