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(ar'is-tō-tē'lē-ăn, ar'i-stŏ-tēl'yan),
Attributed to or described by Aristotle.
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20) that leaves this reader trying to fathom the basis of this statement that seems to confuse Aristotelean categories with what is clearly a concept Aristotle finds implausible, especially on the basis of his refutation of the theory of ideas.
Thus, these articles follow the recommended "multilevel interdisciplinary" strategy (Emmons & Paloutzian, 2003) and attempt to delineate an approach to emotion and spiritual transformation that is consistent with the sensibilities of Aristotelean virtue ethics (MacIntyre, 1984), contemporary moral motive theory (Emmons & McCullough, 2004), and the apophatic tradition of personality change (Jones, 2002).
Brody, "Towards an Aristotelean Theory of Scientific Explanation" in Introductory Readings in the Philosophy of Science, ed.
Janko, however, maintains that genuine Aristotelean catharsis is not merely the purgation of undesirable emotions, but the rectification of emotions.
There is no mistaking that Popper, in his writings, showed little tolerance for the Aristotelean approach, by which he meant positing what is true about the world (the essences), providing names for those truths, and producing definitions for those names.
We can now begin to see how this disrupts the Aristotelean logic underlying sell-possessed readings of Invisible Man.
Solomon, Corporate Roles, Personal Virtues: An Aristotelean Approach to Business Ethics, 2 Bus.
Not only does retro-progression frustrate all progress toward a goal, but its peril can also be perceived as distorting all the straight Aristotelean lines by which our western culture has taught us to organize our lives: the line from beginning to end, from desire to fruition, from cause to effect, from past to future, from parent to child, from creator to creation, from sign to meaning, from life to death.
Gustavo Gutierrez has argued that, in contrast to theology as wisdom and theology as rational knowledge which dialogue almost exclusively with Neoplatonic and Aristotelean philosophies respectively, liberation theology is a "critical reflection on praxis.
Feminist Amnesia's treatment of reason, form and content relies on a highly questionable background assumption that is important throughout the book but is never put up for examination--that reason is a singular and monolithic field with no choices and no 'outside', that there is just one natural, neutral logic and form of otherness (an Aristotelean one, to judge by the author's singular devotion to the logic of terms).
For instance, Latino acquired knowledge of Aristotelean concepts at Alfonso the Learned's court and later transmitted them to his students.
The author explains that Ricouer's answer to such questions is a classical one, reflecting Aristotelean thought on metaphor and a sort of Kantian "regulative ideal" towards which metaphor and mimesis strive in their disclosure of being.