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Aristotle's "Metaphysics"
An overview of elements of Aristotle's "Metaphysics".
# 124021 | 750 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Literature (Greek and Roman) , Philosophy (Ancient Greek)

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The paper discusses aspects of Aristotle's "Metaphysics" such as characteristics of the sage, ontology, axiology, ausiology, and the principle of non-contradiction.

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"In describing the characteristics of knowledge held by the sage or wise person, Aristotle in "Metaphysics" identifies reasons why the highest realization of knowledge must have certain characteristics. They must be universal, most difficult because farthest from the senses, most exact because involving fewer principles, the basis for instruction because they provide knowledge of the causes, most desirable in itself because concerned with the first principles, and finally, most authoritative. This is because Aristotle held that he who knows the highest causes must know the supreme good in..."

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