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Plato and aristole - what are the forms and what problem

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Plato and aristole

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A. what are the forms and what problem was plato trying to address with his theiry of the forms?

b. How does Plato see experience of particular objects as related to knowledge?

c. How is aritotle's theory of the forms different from plato's

d. What is one weakness of Plato's theory that aritstole was trying to overcome?

Note: you are trying to make a comparison between plato and aristole. Explain how aristole's theory not only differs from plato but is meant to deal with what he sees as inadequatecies in it.

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