Outlines of the Philosophy of Aristotle

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Contents

GENERAL AIM OF ARISTOTLES
1
LOGIC
9
The two orders of Knowledge
22
Logical Proof and its relation to the Universal
23
its character and problems
24
Definition as the end of Science
25
The principles of Scientific Reasoning
26
The origin of Knowledge
27
MORAL PHILOSOPHY 57 The chief good
57
The psychological basis
58
Virtue as a Habit and a Mean
59
The Separate Virtues
60
Justice and Equity
61
Moral Insight and the Unity of Virtue
62
Moral Purpose as combining Reason and Desire
63
Moral Weakness and its Explanation
64

METAPHYSIC 28 The beginnings of Philosophy
28
The Problems of Metaphysic
29
The Law of contradiction and its value
30
Platos Explanation of the Real
31
Defects of Platos doctrine of Ideas
32
Ideas not outside but in phenomena
33
The concrete as the truly Real
34
Matter and Form
35
Potentiality and Actuality The four principles or Causes
36
The eternal essence το τί ήν είναι God as the first of Substances
38
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39
The different meanings of Nature
41
Movement and its different kinds Space as an attribute of existence
42
Time and its relation to Number
44
The Eternity of Movement and of the World
45
The first cause of Movement
46
Insufficiency of Materialism
47
The continuity of Nature
48
Reason as thinking the rational
55
Reason as creative
56
Pleasure and its relation to the Good
65
The life of thought
66
Friendship in relation to Morality
67
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY 68 Politics as related to Ethics
68
The development of the State from the Family
69
Slavery and Household Management
70
Exchange and the origin of Money
71
Platos communistic schemes
72
The different forms of Government
73
The requirements of the ideal state
74
The character of
75
its factors and its motives p III
76
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85
The Psychic Faculties 51 SensePerception and the different objects of Sense 52 Common or Central sense
89
Imagination and Illusion
90
p
124
INDEX
129
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