Classical and Hellenistic Greece. The Classical Period. Opens with Greeks’ victory over Persians at Salamis in 490 B.C.E. Golden Age: 480 B.C.E. and 404 B.C.E., Athens was defeated in the Peloponnesian Wars. Culture lasted until death of Alexander the Great.
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Plato made universals primary and particulars secondary.
Plato emphasized Being over Becoming.
Aristotle insisted on the inseparability of form and matter.
Aristotle made particulars primary and universals secondary.
Aristotle emphasized Becoming over Being.Aristotle and Plato Contrasted
Plato’s philosophy emphasized stasis.
6. For Plato the highest form of knowledge was knowledge of the pure Forms or Ideals – Platonic Idealism.
4. Aristotle grounded his philosophical system in biology.
Aristotle’s philosophy emphasized growth and development.
For Aristotle, knowledge was grounded in empirical reality – Aristotelian Empiricism.Aristotle and Plato Contrasted
8. Plato favored intuition over logic.
9. Plato used reason to overcome the physical world.
10. Plato’s philosophy influenced Augustine’s theology.
7. Aristotle’s philosophy was directed toward the immanent.
8. Aristotle made logic the basis of his philosophy.
9. Aristotle used reason to discover the order of the world.
10. Aristotle’s philosophy influenced Aquinas’ theology.Aristotle and Plato Contrasted