Plato Vs. Aristotle

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Philosophy

 

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Natalie M

 

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February 6, 2014

 

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The poetry of his time, claims Plato, is lacking in reason and relevance. Being then an oral art, it reflected the mere imitation of emotion and was thus an improper educator of the people. Aristotle was Plato’s most valued pupil, as such, much if not most of his work in the Poetics draws crucial inferences from Plato...
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Aristotle was Plato’s most valued pupil, as such, much if not most of his work in the Poetics draws crucial inferences from Plato. Aristotle breaks from the historically linear progression of thoughts passed down from teacher to student on the topic of emotional value in writing and its impending effect on poetry’s ability to educate...
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