Metaphysics Book 12 - Aristotle.

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  • Metaphysics Book 12 - Aristotle.
    • Considered the culmination of all of Aristotle's work.
    • Involved the study of universal principles of being, the abstract qualities of existence itself.
    • Starting point is his rejection of Plato's concept of the Forms.
    • Describes the nature of wisdom.
    • Different representation of a divine being that is not the typical Christian God.

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