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Aristotle should therefore be regarded as the author of the notion of the vehicle of the soul and of a non-Platonic dualism. The current understanding of his influence on Hellenistic philosophy needs to change accordingly.

Excerpt It was the great German scholar W. The degree to which the application of the development For a biographical survey, see W. Jaeger, Aristotle 3—7. Read preview Overview. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts. Read Overview. The Review of Metaphysics, Vol.

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The Soul and its Instrumental Body. A Reinterpretation of Aristotle's Philosophy of Living Nature

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Description For more than years it has been supposed that Aristotle viewed the soul as the entelechy of the visible body which is 'equipped with organs'. This book argues that in actual fact he saw the soul as the entelechy of a natural body 'that serves as its instrument'.

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Jaeger's hypothesis of a three-phase development in Aristotle. The author of this book defends the unity of Aristotle's philosophy of living nature in De anima, in the biological treatises, and in the lost dialogues. Mh Series tion of Aristotle's philosophy of tving 1B Chapter Two: The modern debate on Aristotle's psychology W.

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Jacger F,. Nuyens Verbeke I. Block P. The previous chapte The common cause of movement The movement of cosmos and microcosmos Instrumentalism and cybernetic instrumentalisin Chapter Four: What body is su Deanima 1 3, b? De anima Il Does Aristotle himself meet the requirements which he lays down for his predecessors? Natural bodes possessing life. A natural body that is organikon.

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