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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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Dougherty's project would be quite useful if the discussion addressed the really difficult problems posed by science for any Aristotelian philosophy.
Hayakawa, "What Is Meant by Aristotelian Structure of Language", ETC.
Another group of essays tackles the representational and intentional nature of thought, again focusing on problems related to intellectual cognition in specific (as opposed to sensation and the workings of the 'inward wits' such as memory--each of these would merit a separate treatment in any full consideration of the Aristotelian tradition).
Now this could be because, as Aristotelians hold, such a life is not good for the agent.
Jiyuan Yu employs this image in his comparative study of Confucian and Aristotelian ethics.
Moreover, when faced with such an outburst of new disciplines and also success (an astronomy critical of Ptolemaic models, optics reformed and renewed, an algebra created, an algebraic geometry invented, a Diophantine analysis transformed, a theory of the parallels discussed, projective methods developed, and so on) can it be imagined that philosophers remained unperturbed by these developments, as to deduce that they were strictly confined to the relatively narrow frame of the Aristotelian tradition of neo-Platonism?
She shows that the conflicts that this endeavor engendered had to do as much with the tensions between Stoic and Aristotelian perspectives as they did with strain between philosophy and theology, or Aristotelians and Augustinians.
This student of the founding era does not find the Aristotelian account of the above elements of the founders' work to be especially persuasive.
By contrast, Aristotelian or moderate realism takes properties to be literally instantiated in things (physical particulars or whatever other particular things may exist).
Thus, the agenda of Newman's occasional lectures--to defend the founding of a new Catholic university--is fulfilled only within the framework of the Aristotelian notion of a hierarchy of human knowledge and a hierarchy of human goods.
There is no need to argue here for the importance of this relationship in the context of Aristotelian philosophy; but the subject is also crucial for the philosophy of Heidegger, insofar as this philosophy is from the outset an attempt to overcome an established understanding of philosophy as a theoretical activity isolated from life and the world of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].