Plato

The name for someone who believes in two separate worlds or who views the body and soul as being two separate things
dualist
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Plato's teacher
Socrates
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A term for Plato's way of thinking - knowlege or justification is independent of experience
a priori
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Plato believes all material things are mutable. What does this mean?
always changing
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Plato believed in a world of forms and a world of...
appearances
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Wrongdoing is the result of...
ignorance
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The highest form is the form of the...
good
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forms are not temporary but...
eternal
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What does episteme mean?
knowledge
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As well as the cave analogy Plato also used the....analogy
divided line
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Aristotle argued that something does not need to be....to be perfect
eternal
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In contrast to Plato, Aristotle was an...
empiricist
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A criticism of Plato is that he was running from the difficulties of an....by wanting to find certainty somewhere else.
uncertain world
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Plato's teacher

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Socrates

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A term for Plato's way of thinking - knowlege or justification is independent of experience

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Plato believes all material things are mutable. What does this mean?

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Plato believed in a world of forms and a world of...

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