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Aristotle (384-322BC)

Both a critic and a pupil of Plato. He both developed and dismissed Plato's ideas.

The development of potentiality into actuality for Aristotle provided a basis from which to discuss
the beginnings of all things, including existence itself.

Aristotle explained that the movement from potential to actual in…

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His argument;

There must be something that is not subject to change, decay and death, or the whole world would
be subject to change, decay and death.

The whole world is not subject to these things; time will not decay and will not die, for example.

However, time can only…


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