The Axial Period. The Hellenistic Age and Beyond. Plato revisited. The Problem of Knowledge and the Knowable The Forms and Reason, truth is possessed within and is ‘remembered’ Senses will not lead to truth Nativistic and fatalistic
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The Hellenistic Age and Beyond
*Trying to ‘categorize’ Aristotle’s views is a bit problematic
Galen (much later, 129-200 CE) associated the four humors of Hippocrates with four temperaments and produced a rudimentary theory of personality
If one of the humors dominates, the person displays characteristics associated with that humorGreek Physiology
Diogenes by John William Waterhouse, 1882