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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Four Causes ARISTOTLE Mariana Lozano, Jimena Barragan, Alejandro Iriondo An influential Greek Philosopher Rejected Plato's Theory His Personal Life Throughout 4 questions explains how objects came to be " 2. Formal Cause 1. Material Cause 4. Final Cause 3. Efficiency Cause what something is made up of characteristics that make up objects(shape, arrangement, essence, etc.) what/who creates object purpose of object 2. He traveled to Athens and joined the Academy only to become Plato's student. He then began lecturing on his own; he even challenged some of Plato's theories. Quotes Classification of the Soul 3. He became the teacher of Alexander the Greatand then set up his own Academy at the Lyceum.He gave two types of lectures, one of them for advanced students. 1. Aristotle's connections with the MacedonianCourt came from his father who was court physician to King Amyntas of Macedonia. "The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.""Learning is not child's play; we cannot learn without pain." Contributions to Human Thought He believed that humans were able to identify objects based on their unique characteristics whereas Plato thought that humans identifiedobjects based on what they learned at a young age. In other words, Aristotle believed that humans were born with a "clean slate," contrary to Plato's thoughts. + Soul: Defined concepts such as intellectual and moral virtues started to define the characteristics of the human.+ Rejection Plato's Theory: The way that people raise their kids is based on this theory; kids should learn from their own experiences, they shouldn't be overprotected.+ The Four Causes: Essential questions that have to be answered by companies when producing certain objects.
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