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What is the difference between Aristotle and Plato?

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S. Hughes

S. Hughes

S. Hughes
S. Hughes

Answered Aug 19, 2019

Aristotle and Plato are both known to have different theories that the average person may not be able to think about. They were able to go beyond their senses and to think about the world in a different light. Plato had the belief that sometimes, the things that people sense will be enough to fool people.

Aristotle and Plato are both known to have different theories that the average person may not be
For example, if you like someone, you will feel that everything that the person does has a significant meaning even if there isn’t any. Aristotle believed that the senses are needed by people so that they can correctly assess reality. Aristotle also believed that some things do not have to be related to each other while Plato believed that everything in this world should coexist.

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