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Aristotelian

1. of or relating to Aristotle (384--322 bc), the Greek philosopher or his philosophy
2. (of a philosophical position) derived from that of Aristotle, or incorporating such of his major doctrines as the distinctions between matter and form, and substance and accident, or the primacy of individuals over universals
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[phrase omitted] at 1448b16 involve a cognitive mode characteristic of Aristotelian induction that .joins particulars with universals through spontaneous, nondiscursive noetic predication.
Concretely, "The electron is a wave" employs the Aristotelian "is" and thereby introduces us to the false-to-experience notion that we can know the indwelling "essence" of the electron.
It is odd for Dyer to suggest that the persuasiveness (and relevance)" of the argument that "heterosexual unions are essentially procreative" is weak because "people who haven't already adopted a classical Aristotelian metaphysic" would be hard to persuade.
Michael Edwards' book is distinctive because it focuses attention on the numerous late Aristotelian thinkers who assumed that the soul's diverse functions played an active role in the concept of time.
De Groot draws upon the pseudo-Aristotelian Physical Problems XVI to reconstruct the context of mechanics in Aristotle's time and to trace the development of kinematic thinking from Archytas to the Aristotelian Mechanics.
This short book addresses the question of scientific explanation in the Aristotelian context.
First, Aristotelian praise (epainos) and blame (psogos) are not Strawsonian reactive attitudes, like admiration, condemnation, and disdain (24).
Bloch, David, John of Salisbury on Aristotelian Science (Disputatio, 8), Turnhout, Brepols, 2012; hardback; pp.
This book sets out to introduce key ideas and concepts, examining meaning not in an Aristotelian sense (or in the many theories of meaning following from Aristotle) couched in abstract verbalism and referents.
This collection of essays presents contemporary views on the history of and present import of Aristotelian ethics, advancing both criticisms and defenses of (neo-)Aristotelian.
Rubinelli initiates her study with an elaboration of the Aristotelian conception of topoi as a productive system that facilitated the generation of a wide range of arguments.
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