Aristotle Quiz Q's

Aristotle Quiz Q's - THI IS FOR YOUR READING ON ARISTOTLE...

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THI IS FOR YOUR READING ON ARISTOTLE FOR THE QUIZ MONDAY. YOU DON'T HAVE TO HAND THESE QUESTIONS IN, BUT THEY ARE THE BASIS FOR THE TEST. --B. MORLEY STUDY GUIDE FOR STUMPF, Aristotle, part I What subject was Plato especially interested in? What subject was Aristotle especially interested in? [mathematics, biology] How do you think that provides a key to the thinking of each of these philosophers? Plato was interested in mathematics, method, and natural science. Aristotle was interested in biology. Plato considered thoughts and concepts according to his interests and made them the most important things, Aristotle was interested in the physical world and so made that central. How did Plato and Aristotle differ on their idea of the forms? [Plato separate existence, "the static realm of timeless Being"; Aristotle oriented to the dynamic realm of becoming] Logic: Aristotle invented ______ . He also invented the idea of the separate ______ [logic, sciences] What was science in Aristotle's view? [true statements that accounted for the reasons why things behave as they do and why they have to be as they are; science is knowledge of the fact that and the reason why.] What are accidental qualities? They are qualities that are unrelated to what is being studied and have no bearing on observation for the most part (eg. color) What is the most important thing about science? [the language in which it is formulated] For Aristotle, what is the study of logic? (The study of the thought
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