Platonic vs Aristotle

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Platonic vs. Aristotelian Moral theories Platonic moral theories were that one individual cannot be held for committing a crime, rather the society as whole should be help for it. Because, if the society would have given that person proper education which is to unlock innate knowledge of reach of forms, then that person would not have committed that crime in the first pace. This leads to deontological logic of Plato. Moral theories of Plato are most likely driven from his Epistemology; which state that or Plato thinks knowledge is present somewhere or assumes that it is somewhere in his conscious mind. Transcendent reunion of forms which is the education or the recollection of individual is one reason that in his moral
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Unformatted text preview: theories he state that a person cannot be helped for his crime if he has no knowledge of it. On the other side Aristotelian Moral theories are that if a person wants to achieve happiness in life which is to their potential and living the life of reason. Aristotle thinks that everything you see in the world is a substance, and that’s why is classified as an Empiricist, naturalist and Pluralist. Aristotle did not think like Plato in some cases, for example, Aristotle think virtue is an actualization of character while for Plato virtue is enlightenment. For Plato Virtue have the individual to get powers, for Aristotle there were four changes material, efficient, formal and final....
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2009 for the course ET 103 taught by Professor Naina during the Spring '09 term at N.E. Illinois.

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