Disruption

Posted by jacob on November 25, 2016 under news | Comments are off for this article

In 322 B.C. dies in this same island to the 62 years. 2. Workmanship: ' ' The ignorant affirms, the scholar doubts, sensible reflete.' ' Aristotle all Had been lost the workmanships published for Aristotle, with exception of the Constitution of Atenas, discovery in 1890. The workmanships known courses and conferences of the philosopher had resulted of notes for, commanded of beginning for some disciples and later, of more systematic form, for Adronico de Rodes (c. tter in his writings.

60 B.C.). The main workmanships of Aristotle, grouped for substances, are: (1) Logic: Categories, Of the interpretation, First and second analytical, Topical, Refutations of the sofistas; (2) Philosophy of the nature: Physics; (3) Psychology and anthropology: On the soul, beyond a set of small treated physicists; (4) Zoology: On the history of the animals; (5) Metaphysics: Metaphysics; (6) Ethics: Ethics the Nicmaco, Great ethics, Ethics the Eudemo; (7) Politics: Politics, Economic; (8) Rhetoric 3. The Disruption with Plato: ' ' It swims has in the mind that already has not passed for sentidos' ' Aristotle the biggest interest of Aristotle was in the alive nature. It was not only the last great Greek philosopher; he was also first great biologist of the Europe. As presented for the previous group, we can say that Plato so was dived in the perpetual forms, in the world of ' ' ideias' ' , that it almost did not register the changes of the nature. Aristotle in contrast, was interested itself exactly for these changes, for what today we call natural processes. Going a little more beyond, also we can say that Plato if moved away from the world of the directions and that it only perceived very superficially everything what we see to our redor. It is that it wanted to escape of the cave to see the perpetual world of the ideas! Aristotle made the opposite accurately: it left to the meeting of the nature and studied birds, lizards, sunflowers and mammals.

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