There is a stark contrast between Platos account of the good life (being virtuous) and
Aristotles account of the good life (being virtuous). Plato argues that there is only one form of
the good life and this applies to eve
The argument arises after Socrates raises the question to Glaucon of whether an immortal
thing should really be concerned with a specific period of time as opposed to the whole of time.
Socrates then begins to get into his
Aristotle starts off his account of soul by first stating that one kind of being is substance.
There are three types of substances that he describes. The first type of substance is matter. Matter
has the potential to be a complete