PHL200 Friday, 21 October, 11

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PHL200 Friday, 21 October, 11 -Psunaitea: necessary conditions vs. itea: cause and explanation itself . -Anaxagoras: “turn the psunaitea into an itea”. -recollection argument: ‘because we have a sort of idea of what forms are; beautiful = we had to have seen it at some point; knowledge pre-embodied before souls”. - exam: text based - affinity argument: souls= more like things that change or don’t change? Don’t change. Invisible or visible? Invislble. .unitary thing rather than composite. - They die. But souls don’t. -change not form; property. It’s a process. -souls don’t do well bc. They’re attatched to their bodies, impure, too much body not good. -The soul doesn’t become more body-like but brings more (metaphor): body taint with it… soul liberty itself; it could be much freer but you are prisoned because you think you are. -not clear that all invisible things = indestructible -harmonies, unlike souls exist in degrees; Soc: “When you make a lyre instrument, this is not how we make living things. The souls enter the body; the
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2012 for the course PHL 200 taught by Professor Gerson during the Fall '11 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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