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According to him, art is the honest form of representation of life. It is the combination of imagination and imitation by observing the life… e confronts new situations and develops innovative responses and those spontaneous overflows of powerful feelings energise his creative channels through art forms. An artist is born, but the process of his excellence…
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Aristotle rose to prominence after the death of his master, Plato. Among his legendary works include his writings on ethics. Aristotle’s ethics represented a… Nicomachean ethics derives its name from Aristotle’s son, Nicomachus, for whom the books were dedicated. The central point in Nicomachean ethics is the question of the nature of a good life and how best…
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Epagoge is Greek for argument from induction. . By extension, in Aristotle's Poetics, the character projected by a speaker, writer, artist, etc. Thus in Aristotle's logic, the process of establishing a general proposition by induction (seeing the univers.il in the particular) or deductive reasoning in which a conclusion is derived from two premises is syllogism or Epagoge.…
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One of these men is Aristotle. Aristotle was born in Stigarus, Greece on 386 B.C. (Kemerling). He was a student of Plato who was a protégé of… One of his biggest accomplishment as was the classification of knowledge into disciplines such as mathematics, biology and ethics (Iep). Aristotle is considered the father of the field of logic. He was the first person…
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The person described, Amaly Yossef, is able to achieve the Aristotelian notion of virtue through adhering to certain codes and also by doing so voluntarily. According to Aristotle, a good person would perform her/his duties not for the sake of another person but for the sake of… At every point in her work, she would have to remind herself of the discipline and…
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The author of the paper touches upon the personality of Aristotle. It is mentioned that Aristotle established the basic principles of mathematics, distinguishing between the axiom and the postulate.Besides, the Greek philosopher Aristotle did not confine himself to one subject or discipline. … Greek was the language of scholarship: it was excellent for…
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Professor Name Class Date month year Aristotle According to the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP), Aristotle was born in 384 BCE on the “coast of Thrace” in Macedonia. His father was a doctor in the king’s court, so Aristotle had a privileged life from the beginning.… At that juncture, Aristotle left Plato’s school and went off to have other…
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Aristotle Aristotle, the great philosopher was born in Stagira in north Greece. He was first trained in medicine as his father Nichomachus was the court physician to the Macedonian royal family. He was later sent to Athens to study philosophy under the great Greek philosopher Plato.… Later, he established his own school named ‘Lyceum’ in Athens when Alexander…
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With the mention of “The highest good and the end toward which all human activity is directed is happiness, which can be defined as continuous contemplation of eternal and universal truth,” (Aristotle, n. p.)Aristotle reaches the threshold of spirituality but stumbles there. … p.)Aristotle reaches the threshold of spirituality but stumbles there. He is unable…
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Aristotle Introduction Aristotle was the diligent student of stalwart Plato. The school of Philosophy that Aristotle preached was known as the Lyceum. The works of Aristotle was diverse across various fields of study. Aristotle did not believe in the separation of the rich from the poor that existed in the Spartan civilization.… He posited that the citizenship…
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What is the function of that procedure? What is the role of nous and epagogē within that process? What is nous? What is epagogē? (You do not have to answer the last two questions in that order.) How does epagogē work—that is,… Particularly, they figured in area of rhetorical reasoning and inquiry. Epagoge, in Aristotle’s theoretical inquiry, is the inductive…
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PHILOSOPHY ESSAY ARISTOTLE The philosophical concepts, ideologies and writings of Aristotle have influenced a plethora of wide-ranging subjects and disciplines, both in a positive manner where Aristotle has been lauded for the representation of his beliefs, and also in a disapproving way where the thinker’s ideologies have suffered a backlash from critics and commentators.…
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According to Professor Jeanne Fahnestock the first one is “Ethos forms the root of ethikas means credibility or ethical appeal, it is simply “the state of being”, the soul, the mind and shapes and forms of a person. In this appeal,” One of the problems of argument is to… Secondly is Pathos means Emotional appeal based on reader’s emotions. Pathos are used to…
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With the recent tragedies that have daunted the world, as though attesting to the prophecies claiming that the end is drawing near, it seems worthwhile to contemplate on how well life has been lived and to consider possible changes that can still be achieved given the uncertain time left.… For this reason, happiness seems to be unreachable. Yet if one would…
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Aristotle The determination of human behavior and how they are acquired by individuals is very controversial. While certain scientist believe that hereditary is the sole contributor to the behavior and personality of individuals, other philosophers have often disagreed with this idea stating that it is the environment that determines an individual behavior.…
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Client’s Name Here: Course: 27 December 2011 Polymath refers to a person who is a man of many talents; Aristotle was a polymath without a shadow of a doubt. He was a great philosopher; he was also a theologian, in addition to this he was also a literary critic.… A person of great stature can be a tragic hero not anyone else and these guidelines were followed…
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These would be Socrates, whose thought was recorded by Plato; Plato, who took the words of Socrates and developed his own system of thought; and Aristotle,… One of the primary elements of a virtuous man is that he also be a courageous man. Despite the fact that Aristotle’s ideas lie at their foundations, much of Aristotle’s ideas are presented in relatively…
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The author of the essay "Aristotle" casts light on this great philosopher. According to the text, Aristotle suggested that the followers of Pythagoras and the followers of Plato came up with very similar accounts of the causes of things and that their accounts had many problems in common. … These are essentially two different systems believing and advocating…
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Aristotle: Generosity is a metric that is determined by the will of service and deliverance rather than expectations. It is no generosity when a person does a noble deed that is limited to him only. This deliverance could be in form of tangible products and pecuniary possessions.… Wealth itself is a neutral entity, if used properly can be a boon, if mishandled…
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For Aristotle moral values such as temperance, justice and courage are part of an individual's social behavior and should be dealt with as complex social skills that should be mastered in order to achieve success. For an individual the satisfaction of a good life comes mostly from the relationship with the society and the individuals who form it.… Aristotle…
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Aristotle eudaimonia
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Aristotle eudaimonia is a concept that has been developed to refer to the achievement of the highest good for humans, which in other respects has been termed as the achievement of happiness for humans. However, when assessed closely, Aristotle eudaimonia is a concept that… p practicing the good things, which may entail seeking to excel in one’s career, having…
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Aristotle,nz
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Aristotle sincerely believed that the achievement of excellence was something that would depend on the individual’s habits. Essentially, a person’s acquisition of virtue was dependent… The procedure of realizing excellence of character calls for individuals to develop a steadiness of character by adopting virtuous pursuits and shunning vice. Aristotle stressed…
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Aristotle & Hume
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He believes that passion is an innate feeling and reason has no real connection with it. Hume considers that, passion is a moralistic feeling and has no bond with… Here the intention is to comprehend the statement of Hume and interpret it with one of the greatest Greek philosopher the world has seen, who is Aristotle. The view of Aristotle is distinctive and…
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Name Subject Instructor Date Philosophy - Aristotle & Hume Hume argues that reason cannot combat a passion. How do you think Aristotle would respond? How would you continue this conversation? Introduction Hume is a philosopher who interpreted passion and reason in a distinctive manner than other philosophers.… Passion is a feeling which has no boundaries, if…
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Philosophy--Aristotle
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In the Ethics, Aristotle defines ethics as the art of living well or living with excellence. As opposed to later philosophical… The simple answer to what human good is that its end is happiness. Happiness is, however, much more complicated, as Aristotle argues, “there are various views as to what happiness is.” (Book I, Chap. IV). This happiness should not…
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