Plato and Aristotle

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Philosophy

 

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July 31, 2016

 

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In these we can see the development of his concept of reality and his approach to science. For Plato reality can be broken down into four separate fields or concepts - one good (possibly defined as God); ideas; physical reality; and lastly imagery. Plato perceived that all ideas, physical reality and images were a copy or reflection of the creations of the one good...
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In regards to these copies and reflections, Plato surmises that (Bowett, Section X) "No wonder, then, that his work too is an indistinct expression of truth". So that absolute truth is found in the over-arching concept or the one good. The one good, or God as referred to by Plato is the absolute one the level of perfect truth and his comprehension of perfect truth is that all things should come from it and be reflections of it...
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