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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.
(2.) "The term 'Aristotelian' as used by Korzybski can be translated 'Indo-European' for most purposes, the name of Aristotle being used largely because he was, and remains, foremost in making explicit the structural implications underlying our common Western linguistic heritage, and foremost also in introducing order into Western thought.
Aristotelians might respond that she would be less than fully virtuous if so, for the truly virtuous see nothing that issues from virtue as a sacrifice.
The introduction starts with general reflections about the rise of the new philosophy in the seventeenth century, which triumphed over scholastic Aristotelian philosophy.
Jiyuan Yu employs this image in his comparative study of Confucian and Aristotelian ethics.
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.
The most direct reason for taking an Aristotelian realist view of properties is that we perceive them.
Heidegger seeks at this time--and here all scholars are in agreement--a genuine form of life that goes beyond the traditional Aristotelian opposition between "theory" and "praxis." Faced with this opposition and wanting to undermine it, Heidegger obviously has to challenge Aristotle, and especially Nicomachean Ethics, the constitutive text of this opposition.
Aristotelians became part of a titanic faculty struggle Adler called a "civil war." The lasting impact of Aristotelianism is seen in the creation of Chicago's distinguished Committee on Social Thought, where Simon flourished.
He wrestled with the issue of a just balance between Platonic and Aristotelian methods and values.
1) and to describe accurately medieval attitudes toward Aristotle and Aristotelian ethics (chap.
Rather than merely illustrating already-existing philosophical concepts, visual images generated new knowledge for both Aristotelian thinkers and anti-Aristotelians, such as Descartes and Hobbes.