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Aristotle's Doctrine of God
This paper explores whether Aristotle's doctrine of God is essentially Platonic.
# 124152 | 2,000 words | 39 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Philosophy (Ancient Greek) , Philosophy (Religion)

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This paper examines the Aristotelian and Platonic views of God and compares/contrasts them to answer the question "Is Aristotle's doctrine of God essentially Platonic?" The paper concludes that it is.

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"A question whose answer has been much disputed in various circles is whether Aristotle's doctrine of God is essentially Platonic. There are certainly distinctions between the views of the two philosophers and their views were not static, thus making the task of answering this question similar to trying to hit a moving target. This paper will take the position that at its foundation, Aristotle's doctrine of God is fundamentally Platonic. One of the reasons that Aristotle's doctrine of God can be considered Platonist is..."

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