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16. Tuesday, November 3, 2009

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PHL Tuesday, November 3, 2009 Monism : Aristotle is a monist, and thinks there is only one answer: how ought we to live? GL = good life [ GL ] v. [ GL ] Pluralism: [ GL GL GL GL GL GL GL ] - procedural justice (toleration vs. respect) ^ shared background (politics: thin enough to accommodate these difference, and thick enough to have a base in politics) - possible within the same sphere Venn diagram: three GLs - substantive justice Meta - blob: co-existing states/ international law ( [GL GL GL GL] [GL GL GL GL] [GL GL GL GL] ) Plato -> Basic M/E Schema 1. Experienced objects are unreal because their apparent positive qualities (A) also necessarily imply negative qualities or absences (not-A) 2. This can only be resolved by recourse to transcendental type-token metaphysics and hence, the Forms 3. Immediate consequence: the world as experienced is not real; reality lies elsewhere. Thus strong appearance/ reality distinction. 4. The resulting task: get to this (transcendental) Reality. Philosophy is the way! Indeed it is the only way.
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