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phil.1116 - aim’” – Aristotle • Plato’s cave –...

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Telos – purpose; aim; goal; end; completion; perfection; final cause Teleology – study of purposes; an account of some feature of the world in terms of its contribution to the optimal state “every art and every investigation, and similarly every action and pursuit, is considered to aim at some good. Hence, the Good has been rightly defined as ‘that at which all things
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Unformatted text preview: aim’” – Aristotle • Plato’s cave – “suppose that what he’s been seeing all this time has no substance, and that he’s now closer to reality and is seeing more accurately, because of the greater reality...
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