The existence and nature of God can be proved by reason.
Rational proofs can be given for some distinctive doctrines of Christianity.
Not only can the existence and nature of God be proven by reason, but rational proofs can be given for all distinctive doctrines of Christianity.
The existence and nature of God cannot be proven by reason, and no rational proofs can be given for any distinctive doctrines of Christianity.
What is the place of mind in this world of matter?
What is the place of value in this world of fact?
What is the place of mechanism in this world of freedom?
Is there any room left for God at all?
The ultimate loss of credibility of the Catholic church.
A move away from corpuscularism (atomism)
The end of teleological explanations (final causes).
The beginning trend of idealism (that ultimate reality is fundamentally mental)
Aristotle is a man with one big problem, Plato is a man with many small problems
Plato is a man with one big problem, Aristotle is a man with many small problems
Aristotle focused on biology, Plato focused on math
Aristotle and Plato’s intellectual styles were almost completely the same because Aristotle studied under Plato.
Aristotle’s forms only refer to the definitions of things without having to establish shape or quality
Aristotle’s forms are only theoretically separable from the object in question
Aristotle’s forms are only used to describe the shape of something, not the definition of a thing
Aristotle’s forms do not differ from Plato’s forms
Number of years a person has lived.
Knowledge of science and mathematics
Astronomy and understanding of heavenly bodies
Experience of particular situations
Mathematics and biology
Biology and mathematics
Mathematics and astrology
Biology and astrology
Actuality and Potentiality; Four Causes
Four Causes, Actuality and Potentiality; Natural world
Nature of static and eternal things; Natural laws of development
Knowing that forms are not outside the natural world; Natural world
Movement from place to place
Growth and decay
Changes in beliefs and attitudes
Change in qualities
Souls are a form of a certain kind of body and so cannot be separated from the body.
Because souls represent the form of a body, the separation of the soul from the body is necessary for true knowledge.
The soul and the body are made out of the same material and so any distinction is merely a useful tool to help identify the causes of the body.
The body is a temple of God, and he who destroys the temple of God will also be destroyed
Nutritive Soul, because it takes in nourishment and converts it to life
Nutritive Soul, because it lives and reproduces
Sensitive Soul, by virtue of being an animal
Sensitive Soul, because monkeys can think about their offspring
Yes, souls are distinct entities and are capable of existence on their own.
Yes, they act independently whereby they help accomplish the same tasks and work towards the same goal.
No, a person is one being - with body and soul working together, a person can do all human things.
No, the body is useless without the soul acting first.
By naming the things that triggered the beginning of the thing in question
By pointing to the matter it is composed of
By naming what the thing in question is for
By citing the form of the thing in question
The Good Life
Socrates is a man. Some men are mortal. Therefore, Socrates is mortal.
All golfers are communists. All communists are in Russia. Therefore, all golfers are in Russia.
No man is an island. All islands are attractive. Therefore, no man is attractive.
All retrievers are dogs. No cats like water. Therefore, all retrievers like water.
Virtues are already innate in us
Through the study of syllogism
By finding “the mean” or the point at which human excellence flourishes
By practicing behavior that eventually becomes habitual
To each of them, knowledge must be of objects that are not subject to the effects of time and change in order to be true knowledge.
They each have one major underlying concern about the world that all their experience and teachings hinge on.
They each held that the human soul is merely a form of the particular body that a given individual has.
They both sought to refute sophistic relativism and skepticism.
Physical senses, memories, and experiences are limited in their ability to teach through induction of perceptions.
Not everything can be learned through demonstration, but what cannot be demonstrated must be grasped in some other way.
Logic or reasoning ability is limited by the need for proof, and we need a capacity to comprehend principles that cannot be proven.
More than one of the above.