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Click to edit Master subtitle style By Jessica BachellieR, Kayla Dariano , David Liang
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Soul and Body, Form and Matter: Aristotle Aristotle thought of himself as a  pupil of  Plato, yet they had a  different belief about the nature of  the soul.  Aristotle believed that all living  things are made of soul and body.  
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Definitions of Soul: According to Aristotle 1. Existing Substance 2. The soul is the lowest, first stage of  actualization of the body that potentially  has life. 3. Soul is the first act of the natural  organized body.
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Soul For Aristotle soul is simply a form of biological  nature or form of the body.  Contributed to the knowledge of the truth and  knowledge of nature.  “For Aristotle form stands to body in the same  way as form stands to matter.” Aristotle believes in soul language and physical  language which describes a single biological  creature.  Aristotle refuses to treat the soul as a special 
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