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- Title: Book: Riddles of Philosophy: Introduction
- and Aristotle and ends with the Hellenistic period.
- becomes free. As Aristotle's statement (Metaph. XII, 7) that
- Title: Book: RoP: Guiding Thoughts on the Method of Presentation (Pt1 Ch1)
- begins with Pherekydes and Thales, culminates in Plato and Aristotle
- Title: Book: RoP: The World Conception of the Greek Thinkers (Pt1 Ch2)
- Plato's disciple, Aristotle (born 384 B.C. in Stageira,
- Aristotle, this authority has become a matter of course. It is now a
- knowledge. Aristotle understands how to use thought as a tool that
- hovering over it in a spiritual world of truth. Aristotle intends to
- thing. To Aristotle's mind, the ideas are in the things and events.
- Plato, like Aristotle, lets his conception of the soul shed its light
- the spirit world. What is important for Aristotle is the question of
- Aristotle, man finds in a thing outside his soul, is the essence of
- itself in its place. In Aristotle's view, a soul-like principle is
- through this process. These, in Aristotle, appear as five members of
- With Aristotle's focus on a spiritual soul the perspective toward a
- Aristotle stands before our contemplative eye in such a way that we
- by Aristotle. The denial of the soul's preexistence is as natural to
- Aristotle, who has the idea exist in the thing, as the opposite view
- thing. Aristotle finds the idea in the thing, and the soul acquires in
- Aristotle is the thinker who has brought thought to the point where it
- the world. The age before Aristotle led to the experience of thought;
- Aristotle seizes the thoughts and applies them to whatever he finds in
- the world. The natural way, peculiar to Aristotle, in which he lives
- we find it in Aristotle.
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- Title: Book: RoP: Thought Life from the Beginning of the Christian Era to John Scotus Erigena (Pt1 Ch3)
- In those parts of Asia where the conceptions of Aristotle had been
- Title: Book: RoP: The World Conceptions of the Middle Ages (Pt1 Ch4)
- conception of Aristotle, who becomes, as it were, his master in the
- of Aristotle. For centuries, he is il maestro di color che sanno,
- for Aristotle in the Middle Ages. Thomas Aquinas strives to comprehend
- Aristotle's world conception becomes the guide to the limit to which
- attitudes of Plato and Aristotle were toward them. This is so because
- Aristotle, the thought, the idea, was something entirely different
- but neither can thought, which in Aristotle unfolded in peaceful
- Title: Book: RoP: The World Conceptions of the Modern Age of Thought Evolution (Pt1 Ch5)
- A comparison shows how different the ways are in which Aristotle and
- Giordano Bruno arrive at the conception of God. Aristotle contemplates
- antagonism against Aristotle, the contrast between the thinker of
- relationship to the world. The approach of Aristotle, so Bacon feels,
- in man. He is only aware of the fact that he must reject Aristotle.
- compares the works of Aristotle and of Plato with weightless tablets,
- has been reached by Plato and Aristotle, and that he must use
- world conception as was Aristotle with those of the Greek age. Their
- Title: Book: RoP: The Age of Kant and Goethe (Pt1 Ch6)
- with Plato and Aristotle, it had arrived at the point to think
- Title: Book: RoP: The World as Illusion (Pt2 Ch3)
- maintained had not progressed a single step since Aristotle, is a
- Title: Book: RoP: Modern Idealistic World Conceptions (Pt2 Ch6)
- But for the hopes of a Plato and Aristotle to attain sure knowledge
- Aristotle to attain sure knowledge concerning the continued life of
- order to fulfill the hopes of a Plato and Aristotle (in
- that are concerned with the hopes of Plato and Aristotle.
- answers the hopes of Plato and Aristotle.
- Title: Book: RoP: Modern Man and His World Conception (Pt2 Ch7)
- the hopes of Plato and Aristotle concerning the continued life of our
- experienced through the body. The hopes of Plato and Aristotle, so
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